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Biochars Immobilize Lead And Copper In Naturally Contaminated Soil

SalamAbdus, BashirSaqib, KhanImran, Shahid RizwanMuhammad, Afzal ChhajroMuhammad, FengXinwei, Zhujun, HuHongqing
Published 2018 · Chemistry
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Abstract Biochar (BC) continues to gain considerable interest for remediating metal-contaminated soils. A laboratory incubation study was conducted to evaluate the comparative efficiency of rapesee...



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