Adsorption properties and mechanism of barium (II) and strontium (II) removal from fracking wastewater using pecan shell based activated carbon

Volume: 193, Pages: 1 - 13
Published: Aug 1, 2018
Abstract
Hydraulic fracturing generates wastewater ranging from 2 to 8.5 million gallons (7.5–32 million liters per well) per well. Suspended solids, total dissolved solids, hydrocarbons, organic compounds, and heavy metals are some of the common contaminants present in the fracking wastewater. In this work, pecan shell-based activated carbon (PSBAC) was prepared, characterized, and applied for the removal of Ba(II) and Sr(II) from synthetic fracking...
Paper Details
Title
Adsorption properties and mechanism of barium (II) and strontium (II) removal from fracking wastewater using pecan shell based activated carbon
Published Date
Aug 1, 2018
Volume
193
Pages
1 - 13
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