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Title: Studies on the removal of heavy metals using sludge based activated carbon as an adsorbent
Researcher: Raju P
Guide(s): Saseetharan M K
Keywords: carbon
civil engineering
heavy metals
Upload Date: 27-Oct-2014
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 01/12/2009
Abstract: Rapid growth of population Industrialization and Urbanization in newlineIndia has led to the increase in pollution which resulted in degradation of newlineEnvironment Pollution is the change in the property of components of newlineenvironment like Air Water and Land which is capable of causing harmful newlineeffects to man and his environment The main source of pollution for the newlinewater resources is the effluents from industries The industrial waste water if newlinenot properly treated will cause severe damage to the environment and newlineadversely affect the health of the people Water pollution resulting from newlineincreased concentration of heavy metals is the main cause of ecological newlineimbalance It is reported that the concentration of heavy metals like As Cd newlineII Cu Cr VI Pb II Hg Ni II and Zn etc in the industrial area are newlinehigher than the permissible limits newline newline
Pagination: xxv,161p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Civil Engineering

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