Eco-friendly complementary biosorption process of methylene blue using micro-sized dried biosorbents of two macro-algal species (Ulva fasciata and Sargassum dentifolium): Full factorial design, equilibrium, and kinetic studies

Volume: 134, Pages: 330 - 343
Published: Aug 1, 2019
Abstract
Finding green effective methods for dye removal from wastewater created an important interest in comparison to conventional methods. The aim of the present work was directed to study micro grinded dried biomass of two macro-algal species, Ulva fasciata and Sargassum dentifolium as complementary biosorbent materials for effective methylene blue (MB) removal from waste water. The two macro-algal species were collected, dried, and grinded by ball...
Paper Details
Title
Eco-friendly complementary biosorption process of methylene blue using micro-sized dried biosorbents of two macro-algal species (Ulva fasciata and Sargassum dentifolium): Full factorial design, equilibrium, and kinetic studies
Published Date
Aug 1, 2019
Volume
134
Pages
330 - 343
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