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Removal of Fluorides in Drinking Water by Aloe Vera and Calcium Chloride

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1TitleTitle of DocumentRemoval of Fluorides in Drinking Water by Aloe Vera and Calcium Chloride
2CreatorAuthor's name, affiliation, country RADHEY SHYAM and G. S. KALWANIA
Department of Chemistry, S. K. Government P. G. College Sikar-332001, Rajasthan, India
3SubjectDicipline(s) Chemical Science
3SubjectKeywords Fluoride, Precipitation, Adsorption, Aloe vera, Calcium chloride
4DescriptionAbstract The occurrence of high fluoride in groundwater has drawn considerable attention in the world. The contamination of fluoride in groundwater has influenced by fluoride rich rocks, pH, cation and anion exchange capacity of aquifer materials, bicarbonates, evaporation and temperature etc. The aloe (Aloe barbadensis Miller) and calcium chloride has been used to precipitate out fluoride ions from drinking water. The effect of different parameters on precipitation and adsorption studies like pH, agitation time, adsorbent dose and fluoride concentration have been analysed. The equilibrium adsorption data was studied for Langmuir and Freundlich isotherms
5PublishersOrganizing agency, location WWW Publications, India
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8TypeStatus & genre Peer-reviewed Article
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10IdentifierDigital Object Identifier DOI:10.7598/cst2014.596
11SourceJournal/conference title; vol., no. (Year)Chemical Science Transactions, Volume  3 , Number  (1), (2014)
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