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In this paper, duck feather fiber was treated by alkaline solution first, then its Cu 2+ sorption capacity was tested, and the sorption mechanism was studied by utilizing infrared spectrum (FTIR) and wide-angle X-ray diffraction (XRD). Moreover, desorption properties of the treated duck feather fiber were investigated in order to exploit it as a recycled industrial effluent treatment material. Finally, the duck feather fiber was air-laid and thermal-bonded into a composite nonwoven fabric bydoi:10.1177/155892501300800311 fatcat:pds2vtws3rgclhzgrbmk6nmvo4