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SOFTWARE FREEDOM DAY 2012

SOFTWARE FREEDOM DAY 2012 ( 7 Files )

This contains presentations made during the SOFTWARE FREEDOM DAY 2012 event that held on the 15th Setember at the main auditorium of the university.

SOFTWARE FREEDOM DAY 2013

SOFTWARE FREEDOM DAY 2013 ( 8 Files )

This contains presentations made during the SOFTWARE FREEDOM DAY 2013 event that held on the 21st September at the Ikechukwu Ifeanacho ICT Centre of the university.

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Tributyltin chloride (TBT) is an organic biocide that has been widely used as wood and stone treatment, textile preservation, water paints, paper/leather preservation and antifouling paints (Fang et al., 2010). TBT is highly toxic and the use of TBT in industries has led to significant concentration of TBT in the environment (Brandli, 2009). Therefore, efforts are been made to reduce the concentration of TBT in wastewaters to the barest minimum before discharge into the environment (Ayanda et al., 2012). 

2016 International Science Conference 2016 International Science Conference

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Nanoscience Research Group, Department of Industrial Chemistry, Federal University Oye Ekiti,Oye-Ekiti

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Tributyltinchloride (TBT) is an organic biocide that has been widely used as wood and stone treatment, textile preservation, water paints, paper/leather preservation and antifouling paints (Fang et al., 2010). TBT is highly toxicand the use of TBT in industries has led to significant concentration of TBT in the environment (Brandli, 2009). Therefore, efforts are been made to reduce the concentration of TBT in wastewatersto the barest minimum before discharge into the environment (Ayandaet al., 2012). In this work, the ability of nFe3O4/fly ash/activated carbon composite to remove TBT from simulated contaminated wastewater was scientifically studied. The effect of contact time,initial TBT concentration, composite dosage, stirring speed, and solution pH was investigated on the adsorption rate.

 

1st NATIONAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS COMPETITION 1st NATIONAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS COMPETITION

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1st NATIONAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS
COMPETITION
By: COMMITTEE OF DEANS OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY OF NIGERIAN
UNIVERSITIES (CODET)