REMOVAL OF FLUORIDE IN DRINKING WATER BY GREEN CHEMICAL APPROACHAuthor(s): R. N. YADAV*, RAJDEEP YADAV, NAVIN KUMAR DAGAR, PRIYANKA GUPTA, O.P. SINGH and M. P. S. CHANDRAWAT
Aluminum oxalate as adsorbent was used by authors for preparing traditional soil pots to minimize fluoride content in drinking water samples. The adsorbent dose was varied in the range of 2 g to 8 g per 500 g soil. Langmuir and Freundlich isotherms curves were also plotted. pH, TDS, hardness, fluoride and aluminum parameters were also examined in residual water samples. Maximum fluoride removal efficiency of adsorbent was studied.