763 Low Cost Adsorbents

Thursday, November 1, 2012: 3:15 PM
408 (Convention Center )
Adsorption is a key water treatment process used to remove trace contaminants, such as heavy metals and organics, from water streams. The fabrication and regeneration of these sorbents can be costly and thus low cost alternatives are sought. This session will include the latest work on low-cost sorbents for water treatment and provide information on their fabrication, characterization, and performance.

Topical K: Sustaining Water for Future Generations
Environmental Division (09), Water (09B), Adsorption and Ion Exchange (02E), Separations Division (02)

Lucy Camacho
Email: lcamacho3@utep.edu

Lauren F. Greenlee
Email: lauren_greenlee@yahoo.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM
(763a) Removal of Barium From Ground Water Using Clinoptilolite
Liie Lumiste, Sundaravadivelnathan Ponnusamy, Rein Munter and Shuguang Deng

3:40 PM
(763b) Magnetic Polyaniline Nanocomposites for Environmental Remediation
Hongbo Gu, Sowjanya B. Rapole, Yudong Huang, Suying Wei and Zhanhu Guo
File available
4:30 PM
(763d) Remove of Textile Dyes Using Agriculture Wastes
Erika Montes, Sebastian Velasco and Gabriel Camargo

4:55 PM
(763e) Arsenic Adsorption On Xerogel, Aerogel, and Nanogel Activated Alumina
Lucy Mar Camacho, Sundaravadivelnathan Ponnusamy, Isaac Campos, Tom Davis and Shuguang Deng

5:20 PM
(763f) Production of Activated Carbon From Fast Pyrolysis Biochar
Bernardo G. del Campo, Robert C. Brown, David Laird and Laura R. Jarboe
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