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Use of vegetables wastes to remove nickel ions from exhausted electroplating baths

Author
Martinez, M.; Florido, A.; Miralles, N.; Villaescusa, I.; Fiol, N.; Poch, J.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
16 European Meeting on Environmental Chemistry
Date of publication
2016
Presentation's date
2015-12-02
Book of congress proceedings
16th European Meeting on Environmental Chemistry
First page
138
Last page
138
Project funding
Desarrollo de tecnología a escala piloto para depuración de aguas contaminadas con iones metálicos mediante residuos agroalimentarios
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/82334 Open in new window
Abstract
The ability of vegetable wastes such as grape stalks and exhausted coffee to remove metals ions from synthetic aqueous solutions has been demonstrated in various studies performed by our research group [Villaescusa et al. 2004; Valderrama et al. 2010]. In this work, the performance of these wastes to remove nickel ions from an exhausted electroplating bath of a metal finishing industry from Barcelona (Spain) has been investigated. The experiments were carried out at room temperature in packed ...
Citation
Martinez, M., Florido, A., Miralles, N., Villaescusa, I., Fiol, N., Poch, J. Use of vegetables wastes to remove nickel ions from exhausted electroplating baths. A: European Meeting on Environmental Chemistry. "16th European Meeting on Environmental Chemistry". Turin: 2016, p. 138.
Keywords
nickel, sorption, vegetable wastes
Group of research
CRnE - Barcelona Research Center in Multiscale Science and Engineering
R2EM - Resource Recovery and Environmental Management

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