In recent years, the ion exchange process has received much attention and became one of the more popular methods for the removal of heavy metal ions from the wastewater because of its competitive and effective process.
What does HMI stand for?
HMI stands for Heavy Metal Ions
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- Hand Machine Interface
- Handbook of Maintenance Instruction
- Harvard Medical International
- Harvey Milk Institute (San Francisco, CA)
- Hazardously Misleading Information
- Head of Mining Installation
- Health Management & Informatics
- Healthcare Management Initiative (INSEAD)
- Healthy Marriage Initiative
- Heinzen Manufacturing International
- Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager
- Henry Mancini Institute (Culver City, CA)
- Henry Moore Institute (Leeds, UK)
- Her Majesty's Inspector (UK educational standards inspector)
- Herman Miller, Inc.
- Hetrick-Martin Institute
- High Mountain Institute (Leadville, CO)
- Himalayan Mountaineering Institute
- Historic Madison, Inc. (Wisconsin)
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Chitosan is of particular interest because the chemical structures of amine and hydroxyl groups act as chelating sites for the adsorption of metal ions, specifically heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions and drinking water.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers at Bu Ali Sina University in collaboration with their counterparts at Hamedan University of Technology managed to synthesize and assess the performances of three types of silica to propose an appropriate heavy metal ions nano adsorbent (used for aqueous separation purposes).
Structural characterization and application of an analogue of the mica mineral Glauconite as a sorbent for the heavy metal ions [Cd.
Adsorption of Heavy Metal ions from aqueous solutions by activated carbon prepared from apricot stone.
Specific topics covered include nanoparticles for treatment of chlorinated organic contaminants, and nanoparticles as sorbents for removal of heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions.
The concentration of heavy metal ions differed in the tissues of earthworm species.
INTRODUCTION Contamination of the environment with pathogens and heavy metal ions can have adverse effect on human health and environment (1-4).