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Indo J Chem Res
Immobilization of humic acid on chitin has been conducted and applied to the adsorption of Cr(III). The humic acid was isolated from Ambarawa-Central of Java soil by using NaOH 0.1 M, while chitin was isolated by deproteination of crab shells by using NaOH 3.5 % (w/v) and followed by demineralization using HCl 1 M. Chitin obtained from ambient-temperature-dried crab shell is named as chitin I, and that from crab shell washed by HOCl solution and followed by drying at ambient temperature isdoi:10.30598//ijcr.2018.5-seh fatcat:xnzurzlpmrelrptqw6ouz6xdky