Diclofenac removal from wastewater by activated carbon

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Ghayda Y. AL-Kindi; Faris H. AL Ani; Noor Kh Al-Bidri; Husam A. Alhaidri

2021

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  • Pharmaceuticals have been widely found in wastewater
  • Diclofenac was detected at the highest frequency; in this study, the commercial activated carbon was used to remove diclofenac from synthetic wastewater
  • From adsorption equilibrium and with Langmuir and Freundlich models, the kinetic constants were determined, shown the pseudo-first-order gave the best result, and more suitable for the removal of Diclofenac by adsorbed activation carbon

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