Removal of arsenic from water using adsorption on alumina/membrane separation.

Saviz. Mortazavi
A novel process has been developed to remove arsenic from wastewater and contaminated water effectively. The process consists of three major steps: adsorption of arsenic on finely dispersed activated alumina, separation of adsorbent particles from the liquid phase via membrane separation, and regeneration of the adsorbent. The effect of process parameters such as pH, residence time, adsorbent characteristics, presence of competing ions, and initial arsenic concentration were studied. A number of commercially available alumina samples...
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