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Synthetic adsorbents and activated carbons for water treatment: statistical analyses and interpretations

Walter J. Weber Jr. and Benjamin M. van Vliet
Journal (American Water Works Association)
Vol. 73, No. 8, Activated Carbon (August 1981), pp. 426-431
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41270847
Page Count: 6
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Synthetic adsorbents and activated carbons for water treatment: statistical analyses and interpretations
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Abstract

The second of a two-part series evaluating alternative adsorbents for removal of trace organics from water supplies, this paper presents a statistical analysis of the comparative data and an interpretation of factors governing the performance characteristics of adsorbents for water treatment applications. The first paper presents an overview and experimental comparisons among eight of the more promising synthetic adsorbents and two reference activated carbons.

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