Open Chemistry: Topical Issue on Recycling by-products and waste materials to restore degraded environments, and/or use as biosorbents
Avelino Núñez-Delgado, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Different by-products and waste materials are considered of growing interest for certain research groups and industries. The recycling of such kind of materials should be encouraged, always based on scientific and technically sound procedures, thus promoting sustainability. The appropriate use of by-products and waste materials in reclamation of degraded environments is a promising matter of research, with high potential from the environmental and economical points of view. In parallel, or as a complement to it, the study of different by-products and waste materials as biosorbents deserves great attention.
This Topical Issue aim is to increase the knowledge on these fields, with clear application for the scientific community and the society.
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The deadline for submissions: September 30th, 2016
TABLE OF CONTENT
Ion-exchange membranes in chemical synthesis – a review
Jaroszek, Hanna / Dydo, Piotr
Sorption of V and VI group metalloids (As, Sb, Te) on modified peat sorbents
Ansone-Bertina, Linda / Klavins, Maris
Adsorption of Cu(II) and Zn(II) from Water by Jatropha curcas L. as Biosorbent
Nacke, Herbert / Gonçalves, Affonso Celso / Campagnolo, Marcelo Angelo / Coelho, Gustavo Ferreira / Schwantes, Daniel / dos Santos, Marcelo Gonçalves / Briesch, Dionir Luiz / Zimmermann, Juliano
Hydrodynamic aspects of flotation separation
Peleka, Efrosyni N. / Matis, Kostas A.
Optimization of process parameters for heavy metals biosorption onto mustard waste biomass
Nemeş, Lăcrămioara (Negrilă) / Bulgariu, Laura