Kinetics and Isotherm Studies for Methylene Blue Dye Removal Using Carbon Derived from Bulb of Zephyranthes citrina

The primary goal of this study is to use kinetics and isotherm investigations to remove the methylene blue dye from wastewater samples using carbon generated from the Zephyranthes citrina (ZC) bulb. The current research takes a novel method by looking

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Removal of Dyes by using Rice Husk as Agricultural Solid Waste Adsorbent: Experimental investigation

Rice Husk (RH) Nano Activated Carbon (NAC) was used to remove methylene blue (MB) and black B (BB) colours from synthetic solutions in batch adsorption studies. Several operating factors, including pH (1-11), contact time (15-75 minutes), and temperatures, were evaluated

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