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Адсорбенты из отходов пивоваренной промышленности для удаления загрязнений из природных и сточных вод

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Рассмотрены возможности использования основных отходов пивоварения, продуктов их модификации и переработки в угли в качестве адсорбентов при очистке природных и сточных вод.

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Е.Ю. Руденко
Самарский государственный технический университет

д-р биол. наук, профессор

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Для цитирования:

Руденко Е. Адсорбенты из отходов пивоваренной промышленности для удаления загрязнений из природных и сточных вод. Экология и промышленность России. 2022;26(10):16-21.

For citation:

Rudenko E. Waste-derived Adsorbents from Brewing Industry for Pollutant Removal in Natural Waters and Wastewaters. Ecology and Industry of Russia. 2022;26(10):16-21. (In Russ.)

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