Phosphorus adsorption onto clay minerals and iron oxide with consideration of heterogeneous particle morphology

Volume: 605-606, Pages: 357 - 367
Published: Dec 1, 2017
Abstract
Particle morphology plays an important role in solid-water interface adsorption, which affects the fate and behavior of phosphorus (P) in rivers and lakes and the resulting eutrophication. In this paper, three minerals including kaolinite, montmorillonite and hematite were considered to investigate the contributions of particle morphology to P adsorption using adsorption experiments and microscopic examinations. The Taylor expansion method is...
Paper Details
Title
Phosphorus adsorption onto clay minerals and iron oxide with consideration of heterogeneous particle morphology
Published Date
Dec 1, 2017
Volume
605-606
Pages
357 - 367
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