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Journal Publication
Research Title The Effect of Temperature on the Sorption Capacity of Copper by Soils 
Date of Distribution 23 November 2011 
     Title of the Conference First International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment 2011  
     Organiser The Japanese Geotechnical Society 
     Conference Place Tsu City, Mie, Japan 
     Province/State Japan 
     Conference Date 21 November 2011 
     To 23 November 2011 
Proceeding Paper
     Page 269-274 
     Editors/edition/publisher Md.Zakaria Hossain and Toshinori Sakai 
     Abstract Copper is a common heavy metals which is discharged from various industries. In previous studies, it can be seen that soil is a potential adsorbent to remove heavy metal from waste water. This paper presents the effect of temperature on the sorption capacity of Copper by soils found in the upper part of Northeastern, Thailand. The experiments were done by using batch equilibrium test method. The adsorptions were tested and measured at temperatures between 30 to 50 degrees of Celsius and the initial concentrations of heavy metals are in the range of 100 to 1000 mg/L. The results from the experimental study showed that the adsorption isotherms of the soils can be satisfactorily described by Langmuir model. It is also found that temperature plays an importance role to the sorption capacity of the heavy metals by soils. Higher temperature of heavy metal solutions can make the higher sorption capacity. 
537040024-9 Mr. NOPPADOL SANGIUMSAK [Main Author]
Engineering Doctoral Degree

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Type of Proceeding Full paper 
Type of Presentation Oral 
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