The Application of Activated Carbon in The Removal of Organic Compounds from Wastewater

Authors

  • Jihang Xue

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/ajst.v7i1.11188

Keywords:

Activated carbon, Wastewater treatment, Organic compounds, Adsorption mechanisms, Performance evaluation.

Abstract

Removing organic compounds from wastewater is a crucial process to protect the environment and human health. It's high for activated carbon to adsorb capacity and efficiency due to it has been proved that it is a promising option which is powerful for the removal of organic compounds. This paper explores the performance of activated carbon in various wastewater treatment processes, including case studies and experimental data on the use of activated carbon in how to remove specific organic compounds. The discoveries in this review article offer the insights for further research into the potential for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of activated carbon based the processes of wastewater treatment.

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17-08-2023

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The Application of Activated Carbon in The Removal of Organic Compounds from Wastewater. (2023). Academic Journal of Science and Technology, 7(1), 109-112. https://doi.org/10.54097/ajst.v7i1.11188

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