Kinetic Studies Of Methylene Blue Adsorption On To Activated Carbon From Sea Snail Shell Waste (Bithynia Tentaculata)

Gumus R.H
Activated carbon has been prepared from sea snail shell waste by chemical activation method using calcium chloride as activating agent. The effects of activating agent concentrations (2.5 M and 3.0 M) of calcium chloride and activation temperature (700oC- 900oC) were studied. The activated samples were characterized on the physical properties which showed increase with increasing temperature except for density and ash content that decreased; moisture content. A kinetic study was performed and experimental data fitted...
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