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Assessment of sorbent/water ratio effect on adsorption using dimensional analysis and batch experiments



Assessment of sorbent/water ratio effect on adsorption using dimensional analysis and batch experiments



Chemosphere 48(4): 419-426



Many factors affect adsorption phenomena in solid-liquid systems. One of the most important factors is the sorbent:water (S:W) ratio in the system. However, the effect of varying S:W ratios on the adsorption is still unclear. In this study, batch experiments were examined to observe the adsorption of four contaminants (copper, cadmium, Butachlor, and Deltamethrin) in six soils with texture ranging from silty clay to loamy sand and with different S:W ratios.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0045-6535(02)00053-x



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