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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved chelation therapy for any purpose other than heavy metal removal. There are also over-the-counter chelation supplements, one of which claims that it "cleans arteries fast," but supplements are not regulated by the FDA.
Kumar, Agricultural products and by-products as a low cost adsorbent for heavy metal removal from water and wastewater: A review, Sci.
Heavy metal removal has also been done using modified form of this husk as an adsorbent [11].
Rice husk, an abundant biomaterial, is capable of removing heavy metals and can be considered as an efficient and low-cost adsorbent for heavy metal removal. Conclusions from earlier studies on rice husk also suggested effectiveness in removing chromium, such as rice husk ash, phosphate-treated rice husk, and sodium carbonate treated rice husk.
These biosorbents have also been used for heavy metal removal with a high sorption capacity [12].
Further study is warranted to evaluate the potential of the adsorbents for heavy metal removal from aqueous solutions.
Nasernejad, "Optimization of sulfate removal by sulfate reducing bacteria using response surface methodology and heavy metal removal in a sulfidogenic UASB reactor," Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, vol.
Heavy metal removal from the industrial and domestic polluted stream via bio-absorption is marked beneficial because of releasing negligible secondary pollutants in comparison to conventional physicochemical water treatments plants.
Our main objective was to enhance a trend of making the use of rhizobacterial species in heavy metal removal technologies by exploring indigenous microbial isolates.
and Sahin, V., Heavy metal removal from industrial wastewaterbyclinoptilolite.
Kinetics of Heavy Metal Removal. To the metal tolerant mixture for the plant, the kinetics of removal were performed.