Adsorbents as mitigators in the Transport System of Nitrogen in Soil

dc.contributor.advisorKovács, Elza
dc.contributor.authorSakiyo, Jesse John
dc.contributor.departmentDE--Mezőgazdaság- Élelmiszertudományi és Környezetgazdálkodási Karhu_HU
dc.description.abstractWe will be investigating based on review the adsorption properties of Bentonite, Biochar and zeolite as possible soil absorbents. The three have the most extensive scientific findings to back them up. We will concentrate on the adsorption behaviors in this thesis by employing Freundlich and Langmuir equations, pseudo-first and second-order kinetic equations, and thermodynamic analysis, both of which are focused on various studies performed in previous research work. Excess ammonium NH4+treatment and neutralization of various hotspots such as agriculture and industrial areas are vital for improving groundwater quality and reducing atmospheric pollution. It has been discovered that affordable adsorbents were found to be efficient, and interesting NH3removing methods have been tested to see whether they can be enhanced. Despite the threats posed by carbon and clay pollution and energy supply, carbon dioxide and adsorption could serve as a potential hazard to the long-exposed entities. It could be dealt with using various techniques. NH4+concentrations, as opposed to inversing, have a positive outlook. I agree that removing low adsorption concentrations of sodium hydroxide from naturally occurring or secondary sodium bicarbonate. It is a sure path to ad-sorbing for products for use in NH3/NH4+concentrations.hu_HU
dc.description.courseAgricultural Water Management Engineeringhu_HU
dc.description.degreeegységes, osztatlanhu_HU
dc.subjectAdsorption Isothermhu_HU
dc.subjectAdsorption Kineticshu_HU
dc.subject.dspaceDEENK Témalista::Mezőgazdaságtudományhu_HU
dc.titleAdsorbents as mitigators in the Transport System of Nitrogen in Soilhu_HU