• Use of alginate gel encapsulated nanoparticles for the separation of oil from oil-water mixture
    • Nikhil Ket
    • October 14, 2016

Gel encapsulated Iron Oxide nanoparticles are here used as a sorption media for separating oil from an oil-water mixture. The sorption was studied for nanoparticle concentrations of 1-5 g/L and with sorption times up to 480 minutes. The experiments allow a determination of optimal concentrations of nanoparticles and ideal time of sorption.

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