Edited By: John Wase and Christopher Forster
238 pages, Figs, tabs
A comprehensive account of the alternative technology of heavy metal adsorption by living organisms. Focusing primarily on the aquatic environment, this book gives detailed accounts of the wide variety of biomass types used as sorbents and the economically viable full-scale systems which are currently available for commercial usage.
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