Wan Saime Wan Ngah
Wan Saime Wan Ngah
School of Chemical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 Penang, Malaysia
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Removal of heavy metal ions from wastewater by chemically modified plant wastes as adsorbents: a review
WSW Ngah, MAKM Hanafiah
Bioresource technology 99 (10), 3935-3948, 2008
Adsorption of dyes and heavy metal ions by chitosan composites: A review
WSW Ngah, LC Teong, MAKM Hanafiah
Carbohydrate polymers 83 (4), 1446-1456, 2011
Removal of copper (II) ions from aqueous solution onto chitosan and cross-linked chitosan beads
WSW Ngah, CS Endud, R Mayanar
Reactive and functional polymers 50 (2), 181-190, 2002
Adsorption of Cu (II) ions in aqueous solution using chitosan beads, chitosan–GLA beads and chitosan–alginate beads
WSW Ngah, S Fatinathan
Chemical Engineering Journal 143 (1-3), 62-72, 2008
Adsorption behaviour of Fe (II) and Fe (III) ions in aqueous solution on chitosan and cross-linked chitosan beads
WSW Ngah, S Ab Ghani, A Kamari
Bioresource technology 96 (4), 443-450, 2005
Adsorption characterization of Pb (II) and Cu (II) ions onto chitosan-tripolyphosphate beads: kinetic, equilibrium and thermodynamic studies
WSW Ngah, S Fatinathan
Journal of environmental management 91 (4), 958-969, 2010
Equilibrium and kinetics studies of adsorption of copper (II) on chitosan and chitosan/PVA beads
WSW Ngah, A Kamari, YJ Koay
International journal of biological macromolecules 34 (3), 155-161, 2004
Adsorption of copper on rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) leaf powder: Kinetic, equilibrium and thermodynamic studies
WSW Ngah, M Hanafiah
Biochemical Engineering Journal 39 (3), 521-530, 2008
Chitosan and chemically modified chitosan beads for acid dyes sorption
K Azlan, WNW Saime, LAI Liew
Journal of Environmental Sciences 21 (3), 296-302, 2009
Pb (II) biosorption using chitosan and chitosan derivatives beads: Equilibrium, ion exchange and mechanism studies
WSW Ngah, S Fatinathan
Journal of Environmental Sciences 22 (3), 338-346, 2010
Adsorption of gold (III) ions onto chitosan and N-carboxymethyl chitosan: equilibrium studies
WS Wan Ngah, KH Liang
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 38 (4), 1411-1414, 1999
A novel agricultural waste adsorbent for the removal of lead (II) ions from aqueous solutions
MNM Ibrahim, WSW Ngah, MS Norliyana, WRW Daud, M Rafatullah, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 182 (1-3), 377-385, 2010
Biosorption of copper ions from dilute aqueous solutions on base treatedrubber (Hevea brasiliensis) leaves powder: kinetics, isotherm, and biosorption mechanisms
WSW Ngah, M Hanafiah
Journal of Environmental Sciences 20 (10), 1168-1176, 2008
Adsorption of humic acid from aqueous solutions on crosslinked chitosan–epichlorohydrin beads: Kinetics and isotherm studies
WSW Ngah, M Hanafiah, SS Yong
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 65 (1), 18-24, 2008
Utilization of Chitosan-Zeolite Composite in the Removal of Cu (II) from Aqueous Solution: Adsorption, Desorption and Fixed Bed Column Studies
WS Wan Ngah, LC Teong, RH Toh, M Hanafiah
Chemical Engineering Journal 209, 46-53, 2012
Preparation, characterization, and environmental application of crosslinked chitosan-coated bentonite for tartrazine adsorption from aqueous solutions
WS Wan Ngah, NFM Ariff, MAKM Hanafiah
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 206, 225-236, 2010
Acid Blue 25 adsorption on base treated Shorea dasyphylla sawdust: Kinetic, isotherm, thermodynamic and spectroscopic analysis
MAKM Hanafiah, WSW Ngah, SH Zolkafly, LC Teong, ZAA Majid
Journal of Environmental Sciences 24 (2), 261-268, 2012
Comparison study of copper ion adsorption on chitosan, Dowex A‐1, and Zerolit 225
WSW Ngah, IM Isa
Journal of applied polymer science 67 (6), 1067-1070, 1998
Adsorption of chromium from aqueous solution using chitosan beads
WSW Ngah, A Kamari, S Fatinathan, PW Ng
Adsorption 12, 249-257, 2006
Malachite green adsorption onto chitosan coated bentonite beads: isotherms, kinetics and mechanism
WS Wan Ngah, NFM Ariff, A Hashim, MAKM Hanafiah
CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water 38 (4), 394-400, 2010
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