IJEP 41(8): 893-899 : Vol. 41 Issue. 8 (August 2021)
1. Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai – 600 119, India
2. Chennai Institute of Technology, Chennai, India
Water hyacinth, Aquatic plants, Adsorption, Industrial wastewater, Biological treatment
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