Papers - Adsorption Characteristics of Hg (II) On Humus-kaolin Complex: Kinetics and Equilibrium - The kinetics and equilibrium of Hg(II) by humic acid coated kaolin are reported. The adsorption of Hg(II) is pH dependent and increases with increase in pH up to pH 9.0. The kinetic parameters such as mass transfer coefficient, diffusion coefficient, intraparticle rate constant, etc are reported and ...
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