JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Adsorption Characteristics of Aqueous Phosphate Using Biochar Derived from Oak Tree
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Adsorption Characteristics of Aqueous Phosphate Using Biochar Derived from Oak Tree
Choi, Yong-Su; Hong, Seung-Gil; Kim, Sung-Chul; Shin, Joung-Du;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
Objective of this study was to investigate adsorption characteristics of to biochar produced from oak tree in respective to reduce eutrophication from runoff water in the cropland. For adsorption experiment, input amount of biochar was varied from 4 to 20 g/L with 30 mg/L solution. Adsorption amounts and removal rates of was increased at 3 times in 4~14 g/L, and increased at 28.6% in 4~16 g/L, respectively. The maximum adsorption amount () and binding strength constant(b) were calculated as 0.10 mg/g and 0.06 L/mg, respectively. The sorption of to biochar was fitted well by Langmuir model because it was observed that dimensionless constant() was 0.37. It was indicated that biochar is favorably adsorbed because this value lie within 0 < < 1. Therefore, biochar produced from oak tree could be used as adsorbent for reduce eutrophication from runoff water in the cropland.
 Keywords
Cropland;Eutrophication;Nutrients;Langmuir isotherm;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
계량서지학적 분석을 통한 국내 biochar 관련 연구 동향 및 전망,김용성;김찬양;현승훈;

한국폐기물자원순환학회지, 2016. vol.33. 3, pp.207-223 crossref(new window)
 References
1.
Yang, X. E., Wu, X., Hao, H. L. and He, Z. L., "Mechanisms and assessment of water eutrophication". J. Zhejiang Univ.-Sci. B, 9(3), pp. 197-209. (2008). crossref(new window)

2.
Bishop, M. J., Powers, S. P., Porter, H. J. and Peterson, C. H., "Benthic biological effects of seasonal hypoxia in a eutrophic estuary predate rapid coastal development". Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci., 70(3), pp. 415-422. (2006). crossref(new window)

3.
Mainstone, C. P. and Parr, W., "Phosphorus in rivers—ecology and management". Sci. Total Environ., 282, pp. 25-47. (2002).

4.
Zhao, S. C., "Mechanisms of Lake Eutrophication and technologies for controlling in China". Adv. Earth Sci., 19(1), pp. 138-140. (2004).

5.
Carpenter, S. R., "Eutrophication of aquatic ecosystems: bistability and soil phosphorus". in Proceedings of Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A., 102(29), pp. 10002-10005. (2005).

6.
Withers, P. J. A., Neal, C., Jarvie, H. P. and Doody, D. G., "Agriculture and eutrophication: Where do we go from here?". Sustainability, 6(9), pp. 5853--875. (2014). crossref(new window)

7.
Carpenter, S. R., Caraco, N. F., Correll, D. L., Howarth, R. W., Sharpley, A. N. and Smith, V. H., "Nonpoint pollution of surface waters with phosphorus and nitrogen". Ecol. Applic., 8(3), pp. 559-568. (1998). crossref(new window)

8.
Bennett, E. M., Carpenter, S. R. and Caraco, N. F., "Human impact on erodable phosphorus and eutrophication: a global perspective increasing accumulation of phosphorus in soil threatens rivers, lakes, and coastal oceans with eutrophication". BioScience, 51(3), pp. 227-234. (2001). crossref(new window)

9.
Abe, K. and Ozaki, Y., "Comparison of useful terrestrial and aquatic plant species for removal of nitrogen and phosphorus from domestic wastewater". Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 44(4), pp. 599-607. (1998). crossref(new window)

10.
Seo, B. S., Park, C. M., Song, U. and Park, W. J., "Nitrate and phosphate removal potentials of three willow species and a bald cypress from eutrophic aquatic environment". Landscape Ecol. Eng., 6(2), pp. 211-217. (2010). crossref(new window)

11.
Lu, Q., He, Z. L., Graetz, D. A., Stoffella, P. J. and Yang, X., "Phytoremediation to remove nutrients and improve eutrophic stormwaters using water lettuce (Pistia stratiotes L.)". Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 17(1), pp. 84-96. (2010). crossref(new window)

12.
Woo, S. H., "Biochar for soil carbon sequestration", Clean techn., 3, pp. 201-211. (2013).

13.
Zeng, Z., Zhang S. D., Li, T. Q., Zhao, F. L., He, Z. L., Zhao, H. P., Yang, X. E., Wang, H. L., Zhao, J. and Rafiq, M. T., "Sorption of ammonium and phosphate from aqueous solution by biochar derived from phytoremediation plants". Zhejiang Univ.-Sci. B, 14(12), pp. 1152-1161. (2013). crossref(new window)

14.
Shin, J. D, Lee, S. I., Park, W. K., Choi, Y. S., Hong, S. G. and Park, S. W., "Carbon Sequestration in Soil Cooperated with Organic Composts and Bio-Char during Corn (Zea mays) Cultivation". J. Agri. Chem. Environ., 3(4), pp. 151--55. (2014).

15.
Choi, I. W., Seo, D. C., Kang, S. W., Lee, S. G., Seo, Y. J., Lim, B. J., Heo, J. S. and Cho, J. S., "Adsorption characteristics of heavy metals using sesame waste biochar", Korean J. Soil Sci. Fert., 46(1), pp. 8-15. (2013). crossref(new window)

16.
Inyang, M., Gao, B., Yao, Y., Xue, Y., Zimmerman, A. R., Pullammanappallil, P. and Cao, X. "Removal of heavy metals from aqueous solution by biochars derived from anaerobically digested biomass". Bioresour. Technol., 110, pp. 50--6. (2012). crossref(new window)

17.
Choi, Y. S., Shin, J. D., Lee, S. I. and Kim, S. C., "Adsorption Characteristics of Aqueous Ammonium Using Rice hull-Derived Biochar", Korean J. Environ. Agri., 34(3), pp. 1-6. (2015) crossref(new window)

18.
Na, C. K., Jeong, J. H. and Park, H. J., "Applicability of Theoretical Adsorption Models for Studies on Adsorption Properties of Adsorbents(I)", J. Korea Soc. Environ. Eng., 34(4), pp. 260-269. (2011).

19.
Kizito, S., Wu, S., Kirui, W. K., Lei, M., Lu, Q., Bah, H. and Dong, R., "Evaluation of slow pyrolyzed wood and rice husks biochar for adsorption of ammonium nitrogen from piggery manure anaerobic digestate slurry". Sci. Total Environ., 505, pp. 102-112. (2015). crossref(new window)

20.
APHA-AWWA-WPCF, "Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater", 14th ed., pp. 476-478. (1975)

21.
Choi, I. W., Kim, S. U., Seo, D. C., Kang, B. H., Sohn, B. K., Rim, Y. S., Heo, J. S. and Cho, J. S., "Biosorption of heavy metals by biomass of seaweeds, Laminaria species, Ecklonia stolonifera, Gelidium amansii and Undaria pinnatifida". Korean J. Environ. Agri., 24(4), pp. 370-378. (2005). crossref(new window)

22.
Lee, J. J., "Study on equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic for adsorption of quinoline yellow by granular activated carbon", clean techn., 20(1), pp. 35-41. (2014) crossref(new window)

23.
Hamid, S. B. A., Chowdhury, Z. Z. and Zain, S. M., "Base Catalytic Approach: A Promising Technique for the Activation of Biochar for Equilibrium Sorption Studies of Copper, Cu (II) Ions in Single Solute System". Materials, 7(4), pp. 2815-2832. (2014). crossref(new window)

24.
Shin, J. D., Lee, J. S., Kim, W. I., Jung, G. B., So, K. H., Lee, J. T. and Lee, M. S., "Run-off impact assessment of the steeped cornfield to small stream", Korea J. Environ. Agri., 24(4), pp. 334-340. (2005) crossref(new window)

25.
Xu, G., Sun, J., Shao, H. and Chang, S. X., "Biochar had effects on phosphorus sorption and desorption in three soils with differing acidity". Ecol. Eng., 62, pp. 54-60. (2014). crossref(new window)