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Nenkova, S. (2007). "Study of sorption properties of lignin-derivatized fibrous composites for the remediation of oil polluted receiving waters," BioRes. 2(3), 408-418.


The sorption properties of lignin-wool composites towards oil pollution at different concentrations of the contamination were studied. The release ability of oil pollutant was studied by a gravimetric method and by determining the chemical oxygen demand of cleaned water. It has been established that technical hydrolysis lignin–wool composites display a low release ability of oil-based pollutants and a slow rate for achieving release equilibrium.
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