By Carlos P. Bergmann, Fernando Machado Machado
This ebook provides a precis of the present use of carbon nanomaterials for water therapy, drug supply, structures and nanosensors. the 1st bankruptcy elucidates the adsorption approach phenomenon. additionally, the homes of alternative carbon nanomaterials for adsorption purposes are lined. The 3rd bankruptcy provides the kinetic and equilibrium versions of adsorption, processing of experimental info and adsorption method peculiarities. Environmental and organic functions of carbon nanomaterials are indexed within the final bankruptcy. This ebook is written from an application-oriented point of view and turns out to be useful for all these drawn to nanoadsorbents.
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