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Adsorption Characteristics and Kinetic Models of Ammonium Nitrogen using Biochar from Rice Hull in Sandy Loam Soil
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Adsorption Characteristics and Kinetic Models of Ammonium Nitrogen using Biochar from Rice Hull in Sandy Loam Soil
Choi, Yong-Su; Kim, Sung-Chul; Shin, Joung-Du;
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 Abstract
Objective of this study was to investigate adsorption characteristics and kinetic models of to biochar produced from rice hull in respective to mitigation of greenhouse gases. concentration was analyzed by UV Spectrophotometer. For the experiment, the soil texture used in this study was sandy loam soil, and application rates of chemical fertilizer and pig compost were (N-P-K) and as recommended amount after soil test for corn cultivation. Biochar treatments were 0.2-5% to soil weight. Its adsorption characteristic was investigated with application of Langmuir isotherm, and pseudo-first order kinetic model and pseudo-second order kinetic model were used as kinetic models. Adsorption amount and removal rates of were and 28.0% in 0.2% biochar treatment, respectively. The sorption of to biochar was fitted well by Langmiur model because it was observed that dimensionless constant () was 0.48. The maximum adsorption amount () and binding strength constant (b) were calculated as and in Langmuir isotherm, respectively. The pseudo-second order kinetic model was more appropriate than pseudo-first order kinetic model for high correlation coefficient () of pseudo-second order kinetic model. Therefore, biochar produced from rice hull could reduce by adsorbing to biochar cooperated in sandy loam soil.
 Keywords
Adsorption;Ammonium nitrogen;Biochar;Langmuir isotherm;Kinetic model;
 Language
Korean
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계량서지학적 분석을 통한 국내 biochar 관련 연구 동향 및 전망,김용성;김찬양;현승훈;

한국폐기물자원순환학회지, 2016. vol.33. 3, pp.207-223 crossref(new window)
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