[CEST2019_00967] Adsorptive Removal of Marbofloxacin from Milk using Activated Carbons
by Ge X.Y., Wu Z.L.,Kunz W., Alessandro B., Carvotto G.
The present study aims to remove the residual marbofloxacin (MBX) from milk with activated carbons (ACs) in batch and flow systems to meet the maximum residue limits (MRLs, 0.075 µg mL-1). Different types (granular and powder) and amounts of ACs were studied. In batch mode, 50 mg of commercial granular AC (CGAC) with 1083 m2 g-1 of BET specific surface area exhibited the superior adsorption performance for 20 mL of 1 µg mL-1 MBX-spiked milk. 93.7% of removal efficiency (RE) and 0.063 µg mL-1 of MBX residue were achieved.
Poster presentation in Water and wastewater reuse-POSTER SESSION