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Lin, C.I. and Wang, L.H. (2008) Rate Equations and Isotherms for Two Adsorption Models. Journal of the Chinese Institute of Chemical Engineers, 39, 579-585.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Summary on Adsorption and Photocatalysis for Pollutant Remediation: Mini Review

    AUTHORS: Buzuayehu Abebe, H. C. Ananda Murthy, Enyew Amare

    KEYWORDS: Adsorption, Photo Catalysis, Isotherms, Kinetics, Pollutants

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Encapsulation and Adsorption Sciences, Vol.8 No.4, December 5, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Adsorption and photo catalysis are the most popular methods applied for the reduction of amount of pollutants that enter water bodies. The main challenge in the process of adsorption is the demonstration of the experimental data obtained from sorption processes. For many decades most of the researchers used adsorption and kinetic of adsorption as a repetitive work to describe the adsorption data by using common models such as, Langmuir and Freundlich for adsorption isotherms; PFO and PSO models for kinetics. This has been done without careful evaluation of the characteristics of adsorption process. It has been well understood that adsorption does not degrade the pollutant to eco-friendly products and photo catalysis will not degrade without adsorption of the pollutant on the catalyst. Therefore, understanding the detailed mechanism of adsorption, as well as, photo catalysis has been presented in this paper. During photo catalysis: modification towards suppression of electron-hole recombination, improving visible light response, preventing agglomeration, controlling the shape, size, morphology, etc. are the most important steps. This mini review also widely discusses the key points behind adsorption and photo catalysis.