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The use of titanium (IV) phosphate for metal removal from aqueous and alcoholic samples
SN Applied Sciences
Adsorption methods are widely employed for the removal of metals from aqueous medium, being an efficient and environmentally friendly technique for wastewater treatment. From the several adsorptive materials that are being employed by the specialized literature in removal processes, TiO 2 continues to be a wise choice. In this work, we have prepared a phosphate-modified TiO 2 (TiPh) and tested their adsorptive behavior toward different metallic species. TiPh synthesis was carried out from adoi:10.1007/s42452-019-0968-4 fatcat:7k4hsghp2batrbt7wrkq7vuqdu