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Application of Box-Behnken Design and Response Surface Methodology of Acid Red 18 Adsorption onto PAC (Synthesized Carrot Waste) Coated with Fe3O4 Nanoparticles from Aquatic Solution: Kinetic and Isotherm Studies
Archives of Hygiene Sciences
& Aims of the Study: The dyes present in the effluent from the textile industry are among the most polluted and hazardous wastewater discharged, causing severe changes in water quality and the environment. The use of agricultural residues as inexpensive organic adsorbents is very suitable for removing industrial dyes from aquatic solutions, especially in developing countries. This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of activated carbon synthesized from carrot waste as an inexpensivedoi:10.52547/archhygsci.10.1.30 fatcat:vranr3uopve5bik44uzlu2wn2e