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Contamination of aqueous environments by hazardous chemical compounds is the direct cause of the decline of safe clean water supply throughout the globe. The use of unconventional water sources such as treated wastewater will be a new norm. Emerging nanotechnological innovations have great potential for wastewater remediation processes. Applications that use smart nanomaterials of inorganic and organic origin improve treatment efficiency and lower energy requirements. This book describes the synthesis, fabrication, and application of advanced nanomaterials in water treatment processes; their adsorption, transformation into low toxic forms, or degradation phenomena, and the adsorption and separation of hazardous dyes, organic pollutants, heavy metals and metalloids from aqueous solutions. It explains the use of different categories of nanomaterials for various pollutants and enhances understanding of nanotechnology-based water remediation to make it less toxic and reusable.
"…an asset to all water professionals, so they can become knowledgeable in the issues and develop sustainable design for wastewater treatment plants. I feel that researchers will be inspired by reading to further investigate the potentiality of nanotechnology for wastewater treatment, overcoming the constraints to their large scale application."
—Giusy Lofrano, University of Salerno, Italy
"… a truly valuable contribution to the emerging field of applying various nanomaterials in environmental remediation. I cordially congratulate the authors for their remarkable achievement. Highly recommend reading!"
—Mika Sillanpää, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland
"…offers a detailed insight about recent advancements in nanotechnology for wastewater treatment and recycling. Editors have done a great job providing an informative collection of chapters which enhance understanding of nanotechnology-based water remediation to make it less toxic and reusable. As a scientist and professor, I strongly suggest this book as a must read for all Environmental Biologists, Nanotechnologists, Chemists and Biologists, and a great reference for experts and students equally!
—Shivani Soni, Alabama State University, Montgomery, Alabama, USA
"I would strongly recommend this book to libraries and to individuals who have some idea of chemical and environmental sciences and who wish to learn about the continuing influence of the modern developments in chemistry."
—Chittaranjan Sinha, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
"This book provides an excellent overview of technological developments and innovations in the use of nanotechnologies for water treatment. It will become an important resource for those looking to apply nanoscience technology to process water remediation, or drinking water purification."
—Amy J. Forsgren, Xylem Inc., Sweden
"While there are many research publications that present recent advances in nanomaterials and their application in water and wastewater treatment, a compilation of all the latest developments in a book such as this is timely and is extremely valuable for the researchers and the practitioners. This book will be a good reference for both graduate and undergraduate students in this area."
—Madhumita B. Ray, University of Western Ontario, Canada
"The book covers all the necessary background in advanced water/wastewater remediation and goes to a good enough level of covering nanotechnology. It will become certainly useful for researchers in the areas of wastewater treatment and remediation. This work is a great resource for any advanced undergraduate or graduate course on applications of nanotechnology in water and wastewater remediation. Each well-structured chapter first discusses general introduction and then focuses on the use of nanomaterials. I congratulate the editors and authors for their miraculous attainment. Summing up - Highly recommended."
— Sanjay K. Sharma, JECRC University, Jaipur, India
"The content of the book entitled Advanced Nanomaterials for Wastewater Remediation is very novel and does not intersect with the contents of any other books related to the same area. This book will be a new reading experience for young researchers, university professors and scientists working in this area. I must congratulate the editors and authors who contributed immensely for this book."
— Sabu Thomas, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India
Chapter 1 Nanomaterials Applications for Environmental Remediation
Chapter 2 Treatment of Fluoride-Contaminated Water by Electrocoagulation Followed by Microfiltration Technique
D. Ghosh, B. K. Nandi, M. Rahaman, and M. K. Purkait
Chapter 3 Electrooxidation Processes for Dye Degradation and Colored Wastewater Treatment
Farshid Ghanbari and Mahsa Moradi
Chapter 4 Advanced Oxidation Processes Using Nanomaterials
E. Rosales, M. Pazos, and M. A. Sanromán
Chapter 5 Applications of Synthetic Nanocomposite Ion-Exchange Materials as Chemical and Vapor Sensors
Asif Ali Khan, Shakeeba Shaheen, and Nida Alam
Chapter 6 Nanomaterial-Supported Biopolymers for Water Purification
Chapter 7 Nanomaterial-Based Sorbents for the Removal of Heavy Metal Ions from Water
V.K. Garg and Navish Kataria
Chapter 8 Synthesis, Properties, and Applications of Carbon Nanotubes in Water and Wastewater Treatment
Geoffrey S. Simate and Lubinda F. Walubita
Chapter 9 Carbon- and Graphene-Based Nanocomposites for Wastewater Treatment
Chapter 10 Nanoscale Layered Double Hydroxides for Wastewater Remediation: Recent Advances and Perspectives
Sushmita Banerjee and Ravindra Kumar Gautam
Chapter 11 Activated Carbon-Doped Magnetic Nanoparticles for Wastewater Treatment
Muhammad Abbas Ahmad Zaini, Lee Lin Zhi, and Tang Shu Hui
Chapter 12 Functionalized Fe3O4 Nanoparticles for the Removal and Remediation of Heavy Metals in Wastewater
A. Sivaraman, D. Manjula Dhevi, A. Anand Prabu, Kap Jin Kim
Chapter 13 Nanoscale Materials for the Removal of Arsenic from Wastewater
Sushmita Banerjee, Puja Rai, Vandani Rawat, and Ravindra Kumar Gautam
Chapter 14 Metal Organic Framework-Based Adsorbents in Water Treatment
Heecheul Kim, D. Manjula Dhevi, Kap Jin Kim, A. Anand Prabu, and Xubiao Luo
Chapter 15 Environmental Fate and Ecotoxicity of Engineered Nanoparticles: Current Trends and Future Perspective
Anamika Kushwaha, Radha Rani, and Vishnu Agarwal