This book covers theoretical aspects of adsorption, followed by an introduction to molecular simulations and other numerical techniques that have become extremely useful as an engineering tool in recent times to understand the interplay of different mechanistic steps of adsorption. Further, the book provides brief experimental methodologies to use, test, and evaluate different types of adsorbents for water pollutants. Through different chapters contributed by accomplished researchers working in the broad area of adsorption, this book provides the necessary fundamental background required for an academician, industrial scientist or engineer to initiate studies in this area.
Explores fundamentals of adsorption-based separation
Provides physical insight into aqueous phase adsorption
Includes theory, molecular and mesoscopic level simulation techniques and experiments
Describes molecular simulations and lattice-Boltzmann method based models for aqueous phase adsorption
Presents state-of-art experimental works particularly addressing removal of "emerging pollutants" from aqueous phase
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 316
Weight: 363 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 mm
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