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“…The deleterious effect on the biosphere due to the release of toxic heavy metals from industrial wastewaters is a major concern. [1][2][3] Primarily, chromium is released from electroplating, tannery and dye effluents. 4 Cr(III) is required for carbohydrate metabolism 5 and hexavalent chromium is more mobile, genotoxic and carcinogenic.…”
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“…The deleterious effect on the biosphere due to the release of toxic heavy metals from industrial wastewaters is a major concern. [1][2][3] Primarily, chromium is released from electroplating, tannery and dye effluents. 4 Cr(III) is required for carbohydrate metabolism 5 and hexavalent chromium is more mobile, genotoxic and carcinogenic.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…As the most economical and widely used technique, adsorption has been used for heavy metals removal and offers several advantages such as low cost, high removal capacity, ease of use and flexibility in design and operation [5]. Some sorbents such as zeolite [7], yeast [8] and other porous materials [9] have been applied for heavy metals removal. As of now, there have not been many studies regarding the adsorption capacity of heavy metals removal by using carbonized waste wood bark.…”
Section: Introduction *mentioning
“…For example, amine-functionalized nanoporous carbon, compared to the unmodified one, achieved significantly improved adsorption capacity and removal efficiency for nickel (from 5.4 to 47.2 mg g −1 ; from 12% to 99%), lead (from 18.1 to 161.4 mg g −1 ; from 14% to 97%), cadmium (from 11.3 to 85.6 mg g −1 ; from 12% to 94%), and copper (from 4.9 to 46.9 mg g −1 ; from 15% to 93%). 41 It should be noted that this adsorbent exhibited an impressive regeneration efficiency of 100% since the captured metal ions could be readily released from the protonated amine groups in acidic eluent solution (namely HCl), and no significant loss in removal efficiency was observed within nine regeneration cycles. This adsorbent outperformed pristine AC that showed a decreased adsorption efficiency of 50% after six cycles of nitric acid treatment.…”
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“…Hence, AC adsorbents are usually used in neutral or weakly acidic solution. 16,40,41 Nonetheless, hierarchically porous N-doped carbon (Fig. 3c) could effectively eliminate Pb( ii ) and Cd( ii ) in a wide pH range from 2 to 6.…”
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