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Copper Ions Biosorption Properties of Biomass Derived from Algerian Sahara Plants

By Abdelkrim Cheriti, Mohamed Fouzi Talhi, Nasser Belboukhari and Safia Taleb

Submitted: November 11th 2010Reviewed: April 18th 2011Published: September 22nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/21176

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Abdelkrim Cheriti, Mohamed Fouzi Talhi, Nasser Belboukhari and Safia Taleb (September 22nd 2011). Copper Ions Biosorption Properties of Biomass Derived from Algerian Sahara Plants, Expanding Issues in Desalination, Robert Y. Ning, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/21176. Available from:

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