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Adsorption is one of the several techniques that has been successfully used for dyes removal. Since most industrial colored effluents contain several components including dyes, having a strong knowledge about the scope of competitive adsorption process is a powerful key to design an appropriate system. This is mainly because of the complexity brought about by the increasing number of parameters needed for process description which complicates not only the process modeling but also the experimental data collection. A multicomponent adsorption model should be based on fundamental soundness, speed, and simplicity of calculation. For such systems, competition will change the adsorbent-adsorbate attractions. Thus, there is major concern to develop an accurate and reliable method to predict dye adsorption behavior in multi-component systems. This article covers topics such as the theory of dyes adsorption in multi-component systems along with applicable models according to the consistent theories presented by researchers.


Babak Noroozi, George A Sorial. Applicable models for multi-component adsorption of dyes: a review. Journal of environmental sciences (China). 2013 Mar 1;25(3):419-29

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