Studies on Removal of Copper (II) From Synthetic Waste Water

Studies on Removal of Copper (II) From Synthetic Waste Water

Separation through adsorption

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2023-01-03 )

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A chemical element Copper with symbol Cu is a soft, malleable, and ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. The exposed surface of pure copper has a reddish orange color and is used as a building material and also as a constituent of various metal alloys. Long-term exposure of the metal can cause irritation of the nose, mouth and eyes and it causes headaches, stomachaches, dizziness, vomiting and diarrhea. Adsorption is the process for the removal of copper in drinking water, there were different methods so far tried for the removal of excess copper from water. Adsorption methods by using several adsorbents such as saw dust, fly ash, etc., have been tested in past at different copper concentrations.. Intentionally high uptakes of copper may cause liver and kidney damage and even death. Water pipes made up of copper and bath fixtures made from brass and bronze alloys that contain copper. The removal of toxic metal ion Cu(II) presentsynthetic water using Ficus bengalensis (Banyan tree) bark powder and Cinnamomum.

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Mude Murali Naik
P Akhila Swathanthra

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