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Radiation-induced grafting of cellulose for adsorption of hazardous water pollutants: A review

Radiation-induced grafting of cellulose for adsorption of hazardous water pollutants: A review,10.1016/j.radphyschem.2010.02.006,Radiation Physics and

Radiation-induced grafting of cellulose for adsorption of hazardous water pollutants: A review   (Citations: 4)
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This review paper briefly introduces the radiation chemistry of cellulose, the different grafting techniques used, and the methods of characterization of the grafted material. It shows the application of the grafted polymer for the removal of water pollutants and also the regeneration of the adsorbent.
Journal: Radiation Physics and Chemistry - RADIAT PHYS CHEM , vol. 79, no. 8, pp. 848-862, 2010
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    • ...Nowadays, the use of several polymers having different functional groups in adsorption process has gained great importance for wastewater treatment due to their high adsorption capacities, especially regeneration abilities and reuse for continuous processes [2, 3]. Hydrogels possessing different functional groups have also been investigated in the preceding literature [4, 5]. They can be defined as water-swollen, three-dimensional ...

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