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Global NEST Journal
<p>The calcined clam seashell powders were applied as adsorbent to adsorb Dibutyl phthalate (DBP), from an aqueous solution. The influence of calcination conditions including temperature and time on its adsorption capability to DBP was investigated. The shell powders calcined at 500 oC had the best adsorption capability. As the calcination time extending under different temperatures, the adsorption capabilities showed the same tendency and reached peak values at the calcination time of 10mins.doi:10.30955/gnj.003187 fatcat:kjqm4psfhfg7dhpna26n532vzu