Crespo-Alonso, Miriam and Nurchi, Valeria Marina and Biesuz, Raffaela and Alberti, Giancarla and Spano, Nadia and Pilo, Maria Itria and Sanna, Gavino (2013) Biomass against emerging pollution in wastewater: ability of cork for the removal of ofloxacin from aqueous solutions at different pH. Journal of environmental chemical engineering, Vol. 1 (4), p. 1199-1204. eISSN 2213-3437. Article.
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A wide range of substances is reported in the literature as emerging pollutants. Biomass sorption has been found an effective way to remove these pollutants from wastewaters. In this work the ability of cork for the removal of ofloxacin from aqueous solutions has been evaluated. Cork and ofloxacin have been chosen as representative of biomass and of antibiotics, respectively. Ofloxacin is one of the most used fluoroquinolones, a potent broad spectrum oral antibiotic class.
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