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Abstract: Two raw materials were investigated to provide a cheap and efficient arsenic removal from drinking water supply. For this purpose, studied materials were modified by insertion of iron within the materials' structure and substitution of calcium and magnesium ions with sodium ions in order to improve the sorptive and ion-exchange properties. White tuff from Strmos region and the commercially available Zeofit were the materials considered within our study. Simulations were performed ondoi:10.7251/qol1401046b fatcat:7vhphwjbf5c75iwnwavahqdniu