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ISBN-13: 9789814241557

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ISBN-13: 9789814267601

''Nanoparticles and nano-sized fabrics created through nanotechnology (NT) were thought of distinctive and sole technique to conquer the constraints of alternative applied sciences and widen their purposes. even supposing those fabrics were widespread in environmental expertise (ET), so much of environmental functions of nanoparticles have been restricted to the fabrication of nano-sensors for the detection of risky organic

This ebook offers the potential functions of nano-sized fabrics in all environmental approaches, delivering the main trustworthy instruction for the choice of nanomaterials to enhance the potency of environmental techniques. It specializes in designing particular nanomaterials for environmental strategies and pollution. It provides the influence and impression of nanomaterials at the setting and discusses easy methods to stay away from inflicting secondary illness by means of nanomaterials. The ebook offers right information regarding nanomaterials for strength clients who will use and observe nanomaterials in ET.''--Publisher's description. Read more...

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However, ACP nanoparticles and SDS showed the same extraction effectiveness at this concentration region, even though SDS molecules have greater interfacial activity and affinity for phenanthrene. This can be interpreted as due to stronger interaction between SDS molecules and phenanthrene. If the same amounts of SDS molecules and ACPU nanoparticles are sorbed onto the aquifer sand, SDS molecules having stronger interaction with phenanthrene can absorb the larger amount of phenanthrene, leading to sorption of larger amount of phenanthrene onto the soil.

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ACP 64 nanoparticles could extract 97% of adsorbed phenanthrene from soil column, whereas SDS solution removed only 20% of adsorbed phenanthrene with the same number of washings. As ACP nanoparticles have a better desorption performance in batch experiment, they showed much better soil-washing performance compared with SDS, even though SDS had greater affinity for phenanthrene and higher interfacial activity than ACP nanoparticles. This is because of the lower degree of ACP sorption onto the soil placed at the column.

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