Enhanced Adsorption of Methylene Blue from Aqueous Environments using Novel Graphene Oxide-Based Derived Organic Waste Materials
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A secure aquatic environment is essential for both aquatic and terrestrial life. Despite the implementation of strong and adapted environmental policies for water treatment around the globe, the problem of organic dyes from wastewater remains a challenge. The disproportionate use of methylene blue (MB), particularly in industrial applications, is a growing concern due to its propensity to taint aquatic environments. Therefore, this study developed efficient, cost-effective, and sustainable materials to eliminate MB from aqueous environment.
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