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Abstract

To raise the sorption capacity of adsorbents obtained from rice husk, the feed is treated with hydrogen peroxide and fired. Before thermal activation, the resulting mass is enriched with a 30% solution of alum-calcium alum. According to the results of laboratory tests, adsorbents that have undergone thermal activation at a temperature of 500 and 800 ° C have whitening ability.

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adsorbent, rice husk, alum-calcium alum, activated carbon, thermal activation, whitening ability

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Оybeк Аbdirasulovich Ikromov and Fayozа Usmanovna Suvanova, “OBTAINING AND RESEARCH OF SORBENTS FOR THE VEGETABLE OIL PURIFICATION ”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 4, p. 6, May 2020.

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