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Removal of emerging micropollutants from wastewater by activated carbon adsorption: Experimental study of different activated carbons and factors influencing the adsorption of micropollutants in wastewater

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HIGHLIGHTS 18  BET surface and bulk density of activated carbons are correlated to micropollutants adsorption, 19  The activated carbon dose and the contact time have a great influence on adsorption, 20  FeCl3 has a positive influence on micropollutants adsorption by activated carbon (+10-15%), 21  Both the quantity and composition of organic matter impact the adsorption, 22  UV-254 removals are correlated to several micropollutants removals. 23 24 A Present adress: SIAAP, Direction du Développement et de la Prospective,
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hal-01266245 , version 1 (19-06-2018)

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R. Mailler, J. Gasperi, Y. Coquet, C. Derome, A. Buleté, et al.. Removal of emerging micropollutants from wastewater by activated carbon adsorption: Experimental study of different activated carbons and factors influencing the adsorption of micropollutants in wastewater. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 2016, 4 (1), ⟨10.1016/j.jece.2016.01.018⟩. ⟨hal-01266245⟩
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