New PDF release: Advances in Water Treatment and Pollution Prevention

By Sanjay K. Sharma, Rashmi Sanghi

ISBN-10: 9400742037

ISBN-13: 9789400742031

ISBN-10: 9400742045

ISBN-13: 9789400742048

Advances in Water therapy and pollutants Prevention explores the main updated experiences within the box of water toxins. extra in particular, this e-book examines the motives and results of this threatening phenomenon and identifies the preventive measures that may be taken to comprise, or even to defeat, water toxins worldwide.

The papers collected during this quantity pinpoint the necessity to enforce greener water remedies to avoid water pollutants from impacting ecosystems, human healthiness and economies from now on. in addition they effectively define the strategies which were studied, optimized and built thus far to maintain our environment.

Advances in Water therapy and toxins Prevention will symbolize a invaluable source to educational researchers, scholars, associations, environmentalists, and an individual attracted to environmental rules aimed toward safeguarding either the standard and the amount of water.

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2% with TiO2 -decorated multiwalled carbon nanotubes. It was concluded that nanooxide-decorated multiwalled carbon nanotubes could effectively remove color and COD from aqueous solution under irradiation [167]. 2 Nanocrystals Chemically modified nanomaterials have also attracted a lot of attention, especially nanoporous materials due to their exceptionally high surface area. The particle size of such materials is, however, not in the nanorange but normally 10–100 mm. Another option is to modify chemically the nanoparticle itself.

On the other hand, the disinfection by-products generated in chlorination are mutagenic and carciogenic to human being [131–133]. This scenario has led to the promotion of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) as innovative water-treatment technologies. In this connection, semiconductor photocatalytic process has proved itself a great mean as a low-cost, eco-friendly, and sustainable treatment technology producing zero waste in water/wastewater treatment science by employing semiconductor catalysts like TiO2 , ZnO, Fe2 O3 , CdS, GaP, and ZnS.

Many biomaterials such as seaweed microalgae fungi and various other plant materials [85, 86] have been studied for their metal binding abilities. Among these, fungi have the advantage of producing small residual volume, fast removal, and easy installation of the process and possibility of valorization of fungal waste biomasses from industrial fermentations. Particularly, fungal biomass can be cheaply and easily procured in rather substantial quantities, as a by-product from established industrial fermentation processes.

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