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The adsorption of fluoride from an aqueous solution onto a dolomite sorbent was studied. The surface morphology of the dolomite sorbent was evaluated, and it was found to have an un-smooth porous structure. The point of zero charge (PZC), specific surface area, and average pore size of the dolomite were observed at approximate pH 8.0-9.5, 1.17 m 2 /g, and 105.7 Å, respectively. The major mineral components of the dolomite sorbent were dolomite, calcite, and quartz. From a kinetic adsorptiondoi:10.4186/ej.2016.20.3.1 fatcat:5qladyuzo5fozmj2xvembn6kg4