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Advanced Water Treatment: Adsorption discusses the application of adsorption in water purification. The book reviews research findings on the preparation of five different nano/microcellulose-based adsorbents, their characterization, the study of adsorption kinetics and isotherms, the determination of adsorption mechanisms, and an evaluation of adsorbents’ regeneration properties. The book describes modification microfibrillated cellulose (MFC), the use of succinic anhydride modified mercerized nanocellulose, and aminosilane and hydroxyapatite modified nanostructured MFC for the removal of heavy metals from aqueous solutions.
Final sections describe the use of aminosilane, epoxy and hydroxyapatite modified MFC as a promising alternative for H2S removal from aqueous solutions, along with new findings on the adsorption properties of carbonated hydroxyapatite modified MFC as multifunctional adsorbent for the removal of both cations and anions ions from water.
- Includes the most recent research on advanced water treatment by adsorption
- Provides the latest updates on novel absorbents for water purification
- Describes REE removal using various absorbents
- Covers a wide range of methods and their integration
Graduate and advanced undergraduate students, academic researchers and post-docs, manufacturers, consultants, process chemical engineers in the field of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering
1. Nano- and Microcellulose Based Adsorption Materials in Water Treatment
2. Adsorption of Dyes on to Modified Titanium Dioxide
3. Cross-Linked Chitosan and Cyclodextrin as Functional Adsorbents in Water Treatment
4. Novel Sorbents from Low-Cost Materials for Water Treatment
5. Sol-Gel Synthesized Titanosilicates for the Uptake of Radionuclides from Aqueous Solutions
6. Hydrothermal Carbonization in the Synthesis of Sustainable Porous Carbon Materials
7. Hybrid Bio-Nanocomposites and their Application for the Removal of Rare Earth Elements
8. Selective Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Diluted Aqueous Streams Using N- and O- Coordination Ligand Grafted Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Composites
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 17th January 2020
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Prof. Mika Sillanpää is the head of the Department of Green Chemistry at the LUT University, Finland. He has published over 700 articles in reputable journals and international conference proceedings. Prof. Sillanpää is engaged in synergistic collaboration with over 100 research partners from the world’s leading laboratories in six continents. He has received numerous awards for research and innovation. For example, he is the first laureate of Scientific Committee on the Problems of the Environment (SCOPE)’s Young Investigator Award, which was delivered at the UNESCO Conference in Shanghai 2010 for his “significant contributions, outstanding achievements, and research leadership in Environmental Technological Innovations.” He is also a highly cited researcher by Thomson Reuters.
Department of Green Chemistry, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland