Effectiveness of different biochar in aqueous zinc removal: correlation with physicochemical characteristics

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Effectiveness of different biochar in aqueous zinc removal : correlation with physicochemical characteristics. / Hien, Nguyen Van; Valsami-Jones, Eva; Vihn, Nguyen Cong; Phu, Tong Thi; Tam, Nguyen Thi Thanh; Lynch, Iseult.

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title = "Effectiveness of different biochar in aqueous zinc removal: correlation with physicochemical characteristics",
abstract = "Bochar from typical Vietnamese biomass residues (acacia wood chip, rice husk, bamboo) were assessed for application in remediation of metal-contaminated water. The biochar physical (e.g., surface area, morphology) and chemical (e.g. surface functional groups, proximate and elemental analysis) characteristics were correlated with their effectiveness in removing zinc (Zn 2+). The impact of biochar dose, contact time, and initial adsorbate concentration were investigated to determine the adsorption capacity of the biochar for Zn 2+. All three effectively remove Zn 2+ from aqueous solution, with bamboo biochar especially efficient (removal of 96–98% Zn 2+ from 40 to 80 mg/L). Maximum adsorptions were 7.62, 4.02, and 3.82 mg Zn 2+/L for bamboo, wood, and rice husk biochar, respectively. The Freundlich model fit the adsorption of Zn 2+, and a pseudo-second order model described the adsorption kinetics. Adsorption was governed by chelation with biochar organic groups (-COOH, -OH −) and precipitation onto inorganic groups (CO 3 2−, PO 4 2−), not ion exchange. ",
keywords = "Adsorption isotherm, Adsorption mechanism, Characterization, Functional groups, Inorganic groups",
author = "Hien, {Nguyen Van} and Eva Valsami-Jones and Vihn, {Nguyen Cong} and Phu, {Tong Thi} and Tam, {Nguyen Thi Thanh} and Iseult Lynch",
note = "Funding Information: The authors would like to thank the Vietnamese government for funding via the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and the Vietnam International Education Development (VIED) - Ministry of Education and Training , known as “The priority programme of development and application of biotechnology to agriculture and rural development up to 2020” (Grant Agreement No 11/2006 //Q{\D} -TTg). Additional support and funding for the project came from EU FP7 Marie Curie Career Integration Grant EcofriendlyNano (Grant Agreement no. PCIG14-GA-2013-631612 ). The authors acknowledge excellent technical support from Dr. Maria Thompson (University of Birmingham, UK) and Le Xuan Anh (Soils and Fertilizers Research Institute, Vietnam). Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2020 The Author(s) Copyright: Copyright 2020 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.",
year = "2020",
month = sep,
doi = "10.1016/j.biteb.2020.100466",
language = "English",
volume = "11",
journal = "Bioresource Technology Reports",
issn = "2589-014X",
publisher = "Elsevier",
number = "100466",

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T1 - Effectiveness of different biochar in aqueous zinc removal

T2 - correlation with physicochemical characteristics

AU - Hien, Nguyen Van

AU - Valsami-Jones, Eva

AU - Vihn, Nguyen Cong

AU - Phu, Tong Thi

AU - Tam, Nguyen Thi Thanh

AU - Lynch, Iseult

N1 - Funding Information: The authors would like to thank the Vietnamese government for funding via the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and the Vietnam International Education Development (VIED) - Ministry of Education and Training , known as “The priority programme of development and application of biotechnology to agriculture and rural development up to 2020” (Grant Agreement No 11/2006 //QĐ -TTg). Additional support and funding for the project came from EU FP7 Marie Curie Career Integration Grant EcofriendlyNano (Grant Agreement no. PCIG14-GA-2013-631612 ). The authors acknowledge excellent technical support from Dr. Maria Thompson (University of Birmingham, UK) and Le Xuan Anh (Soils and Fertilizers Research Institute, Vietnam). Publisher Copyright: © 2020 The Author(s) Copyright: Copyright 2020 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

PY - 2020/9

Y1 - 2020/9

N2 - Bochar from typical Vietnamese biomass residues (acacia wood chip, rice husk, bamboo) were assessed for application in remediation of metal-contaminated water. The biochar physical (e.g., surface area, morphology) and chemical (e.g. surface functional groups, proximate and elemental analysis) characteristics were correlated with their effectiveness in removing zinc (Zn 2+). The impact of biochar dose, contact time, and initial adsorbate concentration were investigated to determine the adsorption capacity of the biochar for Zn 2+. All three effectively remove Zn 2+ from aqueous solution, with bamboo biochar especially efficient (removal of 96–98% Zn 2+ from 40 to 80 mg/L). Maximum adsorptions were 7.62, 4.02, and 3.82 mg Zn 2+/L for bamboo, wood, and rice husk biochar, respectively. The Freundlich model fit the adsorption of Zn 2+, and a pseudo-second order model described the adsorption kinetics. Adsorption was governed by chelation with biochar organic groups (-COOH, -OH −) and precipitation onto inorganic groups (CO 3 2−, PO 4 2−), not ion exchange.

AB - Bochar from typical Vietnamese biomass residues (acacia wood chip, rice husk, bamboo) were assessed for application in remediation of metal-contaminated water. The biochar physical (e.g., surface area, morphology) and chemical (e.g. surface functional groups, proximate and elemental analysis) characteristics were correlated with their effectiveness in removing zinc (Zn 2+). The impact of biochar dose, contact time, and initial adsorbate concentration were investigated to determine the adsorption capacity of the biochar for Zn 2+. All three effectively remove Zn 2+ from aqueous solution, with bamboo biochar especially efficient (removal of 96–98% Zn 2+ from 40 to 80 mg/L). Maximum adsorptions were 7.62, 4.02, and 3.82 mg Zn 2+/L for bamboo, wood, and rice husk biochar, respectively. The Freundlich model fit the adsorption of Zn 2+, and a pseudo-second order model described the adsorption kinetics. Adsorption was governed by chelation with biochar organic groups (-COOH, -OH −) and precipitation onto inorganic groups (CO 3 2−, PO 4 2−), not ion exchange.

KW - Adsorption isotherm

KW - Adsorption mechanism

KW - Characterization

KW - Functional groups

KW - Inorganic groups

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DO - 10.1016/j.biteb.2020.100466

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VL - 11

JO - Bioresource Technology Reports

JF - Bioresource Technology Reports

SN - 2589-014X

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