Carbon nanomaterials for heavy metal removal from water
autorzy: Pooya Sohrabi- Dr. Mohammadshafiee’s Educational and Research Institute
Water pollution is termed as the presence of undesirable chemical entities/entities preventing the natural process or causing adverse effects to live organisms and the environment. Pure and clean water is getting scarce due to industrialization, and the world is facing a shortage of clean water, especially in the developing world. Heavy metals are usually defined based on their atomic weights; however, the term heavy metals are also referred to elements toxic to living creatures. Most commonly known toxic metals are Pb, Cd, Cr, Mn, Hg, As, and radioactive metals. Heavy metal toxicity has turned out to be a major threat, and there are many health risks associated with them. The lethal impact of these metals is the fact that they do not have any biological role; however, they may mimic an element of the body and interfere with the metabolic and other biological processes.
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