BIOMATERIALS AS ADSORBENTS FOR METAL(LOID) WATER POLLUTANTS
Peer Reviewed
Field of study
Life Sciences
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Biogeochemistry
BIOMATERIALS AS ADSORBENTS FOR METAL(LOID) WATER POLLUTANTS
BIOMATERIALS AS ADSORBENTS FOR METAL(LOID) WATER POLLUTANTS A REVIEW
Lucia Kořenková
Martin Urík
Field of study
Life Sciences
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Biogeochemistry
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The original idea of this scientific monograph was to provide information on current theoretical knowledge on biosorption, including evaluation of toxic metal(loid)s’ removal efficiency from aqueous solutions by various biosorbents which were employed in recent studies. However, our publication is going a step further in order to help the reader to comprehend the extent and complexity of biosorption research. Here, we also provide five experimental case studies which evaluate the biosorption of toxic metals and metalloids from different perspectives applying various types of biomass.

ISBN 978-1-5342-0237-5
Imprint Glasstree Academic Publishing
Copyright 2017, Kořenková & Urík
Copyright License Standard Copyright License
Type of Publication Monograph (standalone)
Peer Review Status Double blind, Completed
Keywords biosorption, biomass, toxic metals and metalloids, water treatment
Audience Scholarly
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