Journal of Chemistry / 2020 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Removal of Textile Dyes by Chemically Treated Sawdust of Acacia: Kinetic and Equilibrium Studies

Table 4

Comparison of maximum biosorption capacity of A-NaOH and A-HCl for MB with corresponding low-cost biosorbents.

Biosorbentq (mg/g) MBReferences

Diplotaxis harra185.59[18]
Glebionis Coronaria L.258.76[18]
Carica papaya wood32.25[36]
M. Bacillus subtilis59 ± 0.6[37]
Caulerpa racemosa var. cylindracea5.23[38]
Living biomass1.17[39]
Acacia fumosa seed shell1.85[40]
Coconut coir dust29.50[41]
Cereal chaff20.30[42]
Acacia sawdust-NaOH267.04This study
Acacia sawdust-HCl230.65This study

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