Article : Iron-coated brown seaweed used to remove arsenic from water

11 octobre 2017
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Science for Environment Policy - issue 496

The removal of arsenic from water using a brown seaweed (Sargassum muticum), coated with iron hydroxide, has been tested in a recent study. Under optimal pH conditions, the method removed 100% of the arsenic, indicating the viability of this method for treating contaminated water.