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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.7.NQ33470

Removal of Heavy Metals from Wastewater by Using Carbon Nanotube

Vijay, Sadiqa Abbas


Research has led to researches on how wastewater is treated. Heavy metals in wastewater, on the other hand, are a rising issue since they are difficult to remove and remain in the environment for an extended period of time. Heavy metals are harmful, so it is critical to remove them from wastewater. Many alternative methods for removing heavy metals from wastewater have been discovered in previous investigations. This paper discusses recent developments and various methods for removing heavy metals from wastewater. It also examines the benefits and drawbacks of using these strategies, as well as how they might be applied. Adsorption on non-biological adsorbents, biosorption, and photocatalysis are all being studied as new removal processes. Because of how successful, diverse, and simple these approaches are for removing heavy metals from wastewater, they have created new trends and attracted an increasing number of researchers. In general, the best solution for polluted wastewater relies on how it may be used, the type of wastewater, how much it costs, and how simple it is to set up.


Research has led to researches on how wastewater is treated

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