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Adsorption Characteristics of Aqueous Ammonium Using Rice hull-Derived Biochar
Choi, Yong-Su; Shin, Joung-Du; Lee, Sun-Il; Kim, Sung-Chul;
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BACKGROUND: Objective of this study was to investigate adsorption characteristics of to biochar produced from rice hull in respective to mitigation of greenhouse gases. METHODS AND RESULTS: concentration was analyzed by UV spectrophotometer. For adsorption experiment of to biochar, input amount of biochar was varied from 0.4 to 10 g/L with 30 mg/L solution. Its adsorption characteristic was investigated with application of Langmuir isotherm. Adsorption amount and removal rates of were decreased at 53.9% and increased at 20.2% with 10 g/L compared to 0.4 g/L, respectively. The sorption of to biochar produced from rice hull was fitted well by a Langmuir model. The largest adsorption amount of () and binding strength constant (b) were calculated as 0.4980 mg/g, and 0.0249 L/mg, respectively. It was observed that dimensionless constant () was 0.58. CONCLUSION: It was indicated that biochar produced from rice hull is favorably absorbed , because this value lie within 0< <1.
Adsorption;Ammonium nitrogen;Biochar;Langmuir isotherm;Rice hull;
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