Methylene Blue Removal Using Water Hyacinth Derived Active Carbon
Water Hyacinth is a floating perennial aquatic plant native to tropical and sub-tropical South America. The water hyacinth is one of the fastest growing plants; it reproduces by way of runners or stolon. Each one can produce thousands of seed each year and these seeds can survive for more 28 years. It has touted as a water purifier and considered as a solution to green water issues. Water hyacinth is used in perfume and cologne products. It can be used as organic fertilizer. It also absorbs lead, mercury, and carcinogens when used in remediation purposes. As it has an amazing biomass so, it can be used to create fuels. The objective of this research is to prepare water hyacinth derived active carbon embedded with nickel nanoparticles. The water hyacinth will be converted into active carbon and used as a support for nickel nanoparticles.
H. A. Elazab, "Methylene Blue Removal Using Water Hyacinth Derived Active Carbon," Methylene Blue Removal Using Water Hyacinth Derived Active Carbon, LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Jan 2019.
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
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