Removal of Direct Orange 26 azo dye from water using natural carbonaceous materials

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Archives of Environmental Protection




vol. 49


No 1


Kuśmierek, Krzysztof : Institute of Chemistry, Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland ; Dąbek, Lidia : Faculty of Environmental Engineering, Geomatics and Renewable Energy,Kielce University of Technology, Poland ; Świątkowski, Andrzej : Institute of Chemistry, Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland



adsorption ; lignite ; hard coal ; peat ; Direct Orange 26

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Nauki Techniczne




Polish Academy of Sciences


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