Effective removal of proteins using carbon‐based nanoadsorbent: relevancy to the application of membrane‐driven pre‐water treatment
We demonstrated the excellent adsorption potential of nanographene oxide for the removal of LYZ and bovine serum albumin from solution
Protein is one of the key components of dissolved organic matter and poses challenges in water treatment such as membrane fouling
nanographene oxide was synthesized by incorporating some changes in a modified Hummer's method and characterized by various physicochemical methods
We demonstrated the excellent adsorption potential of NGO for the removal of LYZ and bovine serum albumin from solution
We observed that the adsorption isotherm obeyed the nonlinear Langmuir model; maximal adsorption capacities of 1743.23 and 1156.54 mg g−1 were estimated for LYZ and BSA, respectively
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