Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil

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Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil. / Mendonça Vian, C. E.; Silveira Neto, J.W.; Mourad, Khaldoon A.

I: International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, Vol. 2, Nr. 3, 27.07.2016, s. 15-19.

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Harvard

Mendonça Vian, CE, Silveira Neto, JW & Mourad, KA 2016, 'Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil', International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, vol. 2, nr. 3, s. 15-19.

APA

Mendonça Vian, C. E., Silveira Neto, J. W., & Mourad, K. A. (2016). Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil. International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 2(3), 15-19.

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MLA

Mendonça Vian, C. E., J.W. Silveira Neto och Khaldoon A. Mourad. "Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil". International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2016, 2(3). 15-19.

Vancouver

Mendonça Vian CE, Silveira Neto JW, Mourad KA. Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil. International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2016 jul 27;2(3):15-19.

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Mendonça Vian, C. E. ; Silveira Neto, J.W. ; Mourad, Khaldoon A. / Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil. I: International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2016 ; Vol. 2, Nr. 3. s. 15-19.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Using Rice Husks in Water Purification in Brazil

AU - Mendonça Vian, C. E.

AU - Silveira Neto, J.W.

AU - Mourad, Khaldoon A.

PY - 2016/7/27

Y1 - 2016/7/27

N2 - Rice husk, which considered a waste, has a high level of silicon. This paper investigates the use of carbonized rice husk in water purification. The carbonization was done using a handmade carbonizer. The preparation process starts with the production of a precursor that is rich in carbon through the pyrolysis of the rice husk in an inert atmosphere. The results show an important contribution of the use of carbonic materials, by giving a direct evidence of the permanence of sodium ion Na+ in activated carbon. The results also show that the utilization of carbonized rice husks in the purification of water is quick, efficient and economically viable.

AB - Rice husk, which considered a waste, has a high level of silicon. This paper investigates the use of carbonized rice husk in water purification. The carbonization was done using a handmade carbonizer. The preparation process starts with the production of a precursor that is rich in carbon through the pyrolysis of the rice husk in an inert atmosphere. The results show an important contribution of the use of carbonic materials, by giving a direct evidence of the permanence of sodium ion Na+ in activated carbon. The results also show that the utilization of carbonized rice husks in the purification of water is quick, efficient and economically viable.

KW - Silicon

KW - Carbonized

KW - Inert Atmosphere

KW - Precursor

M3 - Article

VL - 2

SP - 15

EP - 19

JO - International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

JF - International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

SN - 2381-7259

IS - 3

ER -