Ecology, Environment and Conservation
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New environmental research study findings recently were reported by researchers at Nanjing University
May 22nd, 2009
According to recent research from Nanjing, People's Republic of China, "An effective adsorbent for arsenic removal was synthesized by hydrothermal treatment of waste glass powder (GP), followed by loading Fe(III) oxyhydroxide onto the surface of waste glass powder. The Si-O-H group was formed on the surface of GP and the specific surface area of GP powder was slightly increased after hydrothermal treatment."
"FeOOH was loaded onto the surface of hydrothermally treated waste glass powder (HGP) by the hydrolysis of FeCl3. The formation conditions of FeOOH were also investigated. The ability of this new adsorbent for arsenic (As(V)) removal was evaluated," wrote Y. Wang and...
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Source: Ecology, Environment and Conservation (2009-05-22)