adsorbent material

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Noun1.adsorbent material - a material having capacity or tendency to adsorb another substance
sorbent, sorbent material - a material that sorbs another substance; i.e. that has the capacity or tendency to take it up by either absorption or adsorption
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In this study, we used the corallina elongata alga as novel and low-cost adsorbent material to remove methylene blue present in wastewater.
Additionally, rice husk possesses properties like good chemical stability, high mechanical strength, insolubility in water, and also possesses a granular structure, which makes it a good adsorbent material for removing heavy metals from wastewater (Wan Ngah & Hanafiah, 2008).
It might be due to fast movement of dye molecules thereby rendering less interaction with adsorbent material.
The development of competent and eco-friendly adsorbent material for water decontamination has been an ever-growing area for academia and industry, in particular aromatic organic dyes, which possess many hazards such as toxic [1], nonbiodegradable [2], aesthetically objectionable, and light restrictive nature in aqueous environment [1, 3].
The adsorbent material has been shown to be useful for the treatment of heavy metals containing copper, chromium, nickel, zinc and lead.
United States-based CycloPure, Incorporated has launched its first adsorbent material, CD-PFAS, that removes perfluorooctanoic acid and perfluorooctanesulfonate from water to below Federal and State limits.
As a result, most of the adsorbent material of [F.sup.-] needs to be used under acidic conditions, which is unavailable for drinking water.
Each adsorbent material (at a concentration of 3 g of sorbent/L of solution) was soaked in a Cd (II) solution.
ANG technology is the use of a highly porous adsorbent material to densely store natural gas molecules at low pressures (900 psi and below).
The main aim of this study was to investigate the possibility of using powdered eggshells as adsorbent material. Eggshells were chosen as adsorbent due to its reasonable cost and ease of regeneration [5].
"It's the best adsorbent material that you can think of.