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    The treatment of oily wastewater has become a serious environmental challenge, for which graphene oxide has emerged as a promising material in solving the problem. The ever-growing utilization of graphene oxide (GO) in the treatment of oily wastewater necessitates a constant review. This review article employs a comprehensive literature survey methodology, systematically examining peer-reviewed articles, focusing on, but not entirely limited to, the last five years. Major databases such as EBSCOhost, Scopus, ScienceDirect, Web of Science and Google Scholar were searched using specific keywords related to GO and oily wastewater treatment. The inclusion criteria focused on studies that specifically address the application, efficiency, and mechanisms of GO in treating oily wastewater. The data extracted from these sources were then synthesized to highlight the most important developments, challenges, and prospects in this field. As far as oily wastewater treatment is concerned, the majority of the studies revolve around the use of GO in mitigating fouling in membrane processes, improving the stability, capacity and reusability of sorbents, and enhancing photodegradation by minimizing charge recombination. Copyright © 2024 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.


    Amos Avornyo, Constantinos V Chrysikopoulos. Applications of graphene oxide (GO) in oily wastewater treatment: Recent developments, challenges, and opportunities. Journal of environmental management. 2024 Feb 27;353:120178

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