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Evaluation of Dacryodes edulis (native pear) seed biomass for Pb (II) sorption from aqueous solution
Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management
Dacryodes edulis (Native pear) seed is herein evaluated as a promising biomass for Pb(II) removal from aqueous solution. The Pb(II) adsorption onto Dacryodes edulis seed biomass was influenced by the solution pH, time, biomass dose and initial adsorbate concentration. The Freundlich model fitted better than the Langmuir model which also gave a good fit when the experimental data were represented on both isotherm models. The kinetic data clearly established the pseudo -second order model as adoi:10.4314/jasem.v21i1.19 fatcat:ejzxawvntveqdjzv22fuohavrm