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Effect of Acid–Base Modified Biochar on Chlortetracycline Adsorption by Purple Soil
We used three purple soil (Hechuan, Jialing, and Cangxi) samples from the Jialing River basin as the research objects and added different proportions of an acid–base modified Alternanthera philoxeroides biochar (Cm) to the purple soil to study the effect of Cm on the adsorption of chlortetracycline (CTC) in the purple soil. The results indicated the following: (1) At 30 °C and pH = 6, the soil adsorption capacity increased with an increasing initial concentration of CTC. The maximum adsorptiondoi:10.3390/su14105892 fatcat:ygmqr7zgvnetjah2hjokhfnyty