FLUORIDE REMOVAL FROM WATER BY MIXED METAL OXIDE ADSORBENT MATERIALS: A STATE-OF-THE-ART REVIEWJournal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.4, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2015-09-30
Authors : Sanghratna S. Waghmare; Tanvir Arfin;
Page : 5169-536
Keywords : KEYWORDS: Fluoride removal; metal oxide; adsorption; Langmuir; pseudo-order kinetic;
Fluoride is a vital element, essential for support of dental wellbeing. However, fluoride concentrations in drinking water above 1.5 mg/L may be inconvenient to human wellbeing. Numerous approaches have been established for removing extreme fluorid from drinking water. The current manuscript reviews demonstrate the capability of mixed metal oxide, in a constant flow for removal of fluoride ions from industrial wasterwater and drinking water request to to give helpful data about the distinctive advancements. At the point when conceivably the adsorption capacity of metal oxide under diverse experimental condtions is accounted for to help to think about the fluoride’s adequacy removal process.
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