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In this research, biomaterial wastes such as spent black tea leaves (SBTL) spent green tea leaves (SGTL) as well as sawdust (SD) obtained from Narra wood were used to remove sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) from aqueous solutions. The effect of pH, temperature, amount of adsorbent and initial concentration of SDS has been examined. The result indicated that the SDS can be significantly adsorbed by the used biosorbents at their natural pH values. Equilibrium and kinetics studies were carried out fordoi:10.17628/ecb.2013.2.283-289 fatcat:h2fhea7srrayfe4v7xfbrhxepa