Comparison Between the Performance of Activated Carbon and Graphene in Removal of Reactive Red 198

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To Cite : Samarghandi M R, Poormohammadi A, Shanesaz S, Godini K. Comparison Between the Performance of Activated Carbon and Graphene in Removal of Reactive Red 198, Avicenna J Environ Health Eng. 2017 ;4(1):e6021. doi: 10.5812/ajehe.6021.
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1. Introduction
2. Materials and Methods
3. Results and Discussion
4. Conclusion
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