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The removal of Zn2+, Pb2+, and As(V) ions by lime activated fly ash and valorization of the exhausted adsorbent
(Elsevier Ltd, 2018)
This study focuses on the use of raw fly ash (FA) and modified fly ash - activated by lime (MFA), as effective and low-cost adsorbents for the removal of heavy metals (Zn2+, Pb2+ and As(V)), followed by the revalorization ...
Review: The approaches for estimation of limit of detection for ICP-MS trace analysis of arsenic
(Elsevier B.V., 2012)
The analytical properties of an analytical method must be evaluated through validation protocols. Beside specificity and/or selectivity, linearity of calibration, repeatability and accuracy, the most important parameters ...
Prediction of fish catch in the Danube River based on long-term variability in environmental parameters and catch statistics
(Elsevier B.V., 2017)
The effects of physical factors on fish catch in the Serbian part of the Danube River were studied for period of six decades. The data on total catch for the Danube River from river kilometre 845 to river kilometre 1433 ...
Natural sorbents modified by divalent Cu2+- and Zn2+- ions and their corresponding antimicrobial activity
(Elsevier B.V., 2017)
The objective of this study was to investigate the modification of materials used in wastewater treatment for possible antimicrobial application(s). Granulated activated carbon (GAC) and natural clinoptilolite (CLI) were ...
Closure to “Supercritical flow in circular conduit bends”
(Journal of Hydraulic Research, 2016)
A New Approach in Regression Analysis for Modeling Adsorption Isotherms
(Scientific World Journal, 2014)
Numerous regression approaches to isotherm parameters estimation appear in the literature. The real insight into the proper modeling pattern can be achieved only by testing methods on a very big number of cases. Experimentally, ...
New Approach: Waste Materials as Sorbents for Arsenic Removal from Water
(Journal of Environmental Engineering, 2010)
The sorption of inorganic arsenic species (arsenite and arsenate) from aqueous solutions onto steel-mill waste and waste filter sand, under neutral conditions, was investigated in this study. Additionally, the steel-mill ...
An approach to stimulation of dual drainage
(Elsevier Science LtdExeter, 1999)
The paper presents the development in the field of urban drainage modelling known as dual drainage - an approach to rainfall runoff simulation in which the numerical model takes into account not only the flow through the ...
Methodologies for Pre-Validation of Biofilters and Wetlands for Stormwater Treatment
(Public Library of Science, 2015)
Background Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) systems are frequently used as part of a stormwater harvesting treatment trains (e.g. biofilters (bio-retentions and rain-gardens) and wetlands). However, validation frameworks ...
Further insight into the mechanism of heavy metals partitioning in stormwater runoff
(Academic Press, 2016)
Various particles and materials, including pollutants, deposited on urban surfaces are washed off by stormwater runoff during rain events. The interactions between the solid and dissolved compounds in stormwater runoff are ...