1. S. Merouani, O. Hamdaoui, Computational and experimental sonochemistry, Process Eng. J., 1 (2017) 10–18.
  2. M. El Haddad, Removal of basic Fuchsin dye from water using mussel shell biomass waste as an adsorbent: equilibrium, kinetics, and thermodynamics, J. Taibah Univ. Sci., 10 (2016) 664–674.
  3. O. Hamdaoui, Dynamic sorption of methylene blue by cedar sawdust and crushed brick in fixed bed columns, J. Hazard. Mater., 138 (2006) 293–303.
  4. V.K. Gupta, A. Mittal, V. Gajbe, J. Mittal, Adsorption of basic fuchsin using waste materials — bottom ash and deoiled soya — as adsorbents, J. Colloid Interface Sci., 319 (2008) 30–39.
  5. L.G. Luna, Manual of Histologic Staining Methods of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1968.
  6. G.H. Ball, Studies on paramecium, Biol. Bull., 52 (1927) 68–78.
  7. A.A. Fisher, Irritant and toxic reactions to phenol in topical medications, Cutis, 26 (1980) 363–4, 390–2.
  8. V. Burke, C.E. Skinner, The reverse selective bacteriostatic action of acid fuchsin, J. Exp. Med., 37 (1923) 1–10.
  9. N.A. Littlefied, B.N. Blackwell, C.C. Hewit, D.W. Gaylor, Chronic toxicity and carcinogenicity studies of gentian violet in mice, Toxicol. Sci., 5 (1985) 902–912.
  10. S.C.F. Rogers, D. Burrows, D. Neill, Percutaneous absorption of phenol and methyl alcohol in Magenta Paint B.P.C., Br. J. Dermatol., 98 (1978) 559–560.
  11. J. Crookham, J.R. Dapson, Hazardous Chemicals in the Histopathology Laboratory, 2nd ed., Anatech, San Diego, CA, 1991.
  12. F.L. Carson, Histotechnology: A Self-Instructional Text, 2nd ed., American Society Clinical Pathology, Chicago, 1997.
  13. W.J. Weber, Physicochemical Processes for Water Quality Control, Wiley–Interscience, New York, 1972.
  14. M. Kornaros, G. Lyberatos, Biological treatment of wastewaters from a dye manufacturing company using a trickling filter, J. Hazard. Mater., 136 (2006) 95–102.
  15. R.H. Lindberg, U. Olofsson, P. Rendahl, M.I. Johansson, M. Tysklind, B.A.V. Andersson, Behavior of fluoroquinolones and trimethoprim during mechanical, chemical, and active sludge treatment of sewage water and digestion of sludge, Environ. Sci. Technol., 40 (2006) 1042–1048.
  16. T.-H. Kim, C. Park, J. Yang, S. Kim, Comparison of disperse and reactive dye removals by chemical coagulation and Fenton oxidation, J. Hazard. Mater., 112 (2004) 95–103.
  17. C. Chen, Q. Wang, P. Lei, W. Song, W. Ma, J. Zhao, Photodegradation of dye pollutants catalyzed by porous K3PW12O40 under visible irradiation, Environ. Sci. Technol., 40 (2006) 3965–3970.
  18. J. Zhao, C. Chen, W. Ma, Photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants under visible light irradiation, Top. Catal., 35 (2005) 269–278.
  19. P. Cañizares, F. Martínez, C. Jiménez, J. Lobato, M.A. Rodrigo, Coagulation and electrocoagulation of wastes polluted with dyes, Environ. Sci. Technol., 40 (2006) 6418–6424.
  20. H. Lachheb, E. Puzenat, A. Houas, M. Ksibi, E. Elaloui, C. Guillard, J.-M. Herrmann, Photocatalytic degradation of various types of dyes (Alizarin S, Crocein Orange G, Methyl Red, Congo Red, Methylene Blue) in water by UV-irradiated titania, Appl. Catal., B, 39 (2002) 75–90.
  21. K. Matis, A. Zouboulis, A.I. Zouboulis, A.V. Valtadorou, Sorption of As(V) by goethite particles and study of their flocculation, Water Air Soil Pollut., 111 (1999) 297–316.
  22. A. Ramesh, D.J. Lee, J.W.C. Wong, Thermodynamic parameters for adsorption equilibrium of heavy metals and dyes from wastewater with low-cost adsorbents, J. Colloid Interface Sci., 291 (2005) 588–592.
  23. A. Mittal, V. Thakur, V. Gajbe, Evaluation of adsorption characteristics of an anionic azo dye Brilliant Yellow onto hen feathers in aqueous solutions, Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 19 (2012) 2438–2447.
  24. A. Mittal, V. Thakur, V. Gajbe, Adsorptive removal of toxic azo dye Amido Black 10B by hen feather, Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 20 (2013) 260–269.
  25. A. Mittal, V. Thakur, J. Mittal, H. Vardhan, Process development for the removal of hazardous anionic azo dye Congo red from wastewater by using hen feather as potential adsorbent, Desal. Water Treat., 52 (2014) 227–237.
  26. A. Mittal, D. Jhare, J. Mittal, Adsorption of hazardous dye Eosin Yellow from aqueous solution onto waste material de-oiled soya: isotherm, kinetics and bulk removal, J. Mol. Liq., 179 (2013) 133–140.
  27. M. Suzuki, Fundamentals of Adsorption, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Fundamentals of Adsorption, Kyoto, May 17–22, 1992, Kodansha, 1993.
  28. D.M. Ruthven, Principles of Adsorption and Desorption Processes, Wiley, New York, 1984.
  29. M. Zamouche, O. Hamdaoui, Sorption of Rhodamine B by cedar cone: effect of pH and ionic strength, Energy Procedia, 18 (2012) 1228–1239.
  30. E.-K. Guechi, O. Hamdaoui, Cattail leaves as a novel biosorbent for the removal of malachite green from liquid phase: data analysis by non-linear technique, Desal. Water Treat., 51 (2013) 3371–3380.
  31. N. Nasuha, B.H. Hameed, A.T.M. Din, Rejected tea as a potential low-cost adsorbent for the removal of methylene blue, J. Hazard. Mater., 175 (2010) 126–132.
  32. O. Hamdaoui, Intensification of the sorption of Rhodamine B from aqueous phase by loquat seeds using ultrasound, Desalination, 271 (2011) 279–286.
  33. S. Boutemedjet, O. Hamdaoui, Sorption of malachite green by eucalyptus bark as a non-conventional low-cost biosorbent, Desal. Water Treat., 8 (2009) 201–210.
  34. M. Zamouche, O. Hamdaoui, A use of cedar cone for the removal of a cationic dye from aqueous solutions by sorption, Energy Procedia, 18 (2012) 1047–1058.
  35. D. Sud, G. Mahajan, M.P. Kaur, Agricultural waste material as potential adsorbent for sequestering heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions – a review, Bioresour. Technol., 99 (2008) 6017–6027.
  36. C. Djelloul, O. Hamdaoui, Removal of cationic dye from aqueous solution using melon peel as nonconventional lowcost sorbent, Desal. Water Treat., 52 (2014) 7701–7710.
  37. B.D. Bhole, B. Ganguly, A. Madhuram, D. Deshpande, J. Joshi, Biosorption of methyl violet, basic fuchsin and their mixture using dead fungal biomass, Curr. Sci., 86 (2004) 1641–1645.
  38. S.Y. An, S.K. Min, I.H. Cha, Y.L. Choi, Y.S. Cho, C.H. Kim, Y.C. Lee, Decolorization of triphenylmethane and azo dyes by Citrobacter sp., Biotechnol. Lett., 24 (2002) 1037–1040.
  39. E.O. Oyelude, F. Frimpong, D. Dawson, Studies on the removal of basic fuchsin dye from aqueous solution by HCl treated malted sorghum mash, J. Mater. Environ. Sci., 6 (2015) 1126–1136.
  40. P. Duo-Hai, Z. Peng-Xiang, L. Xiang-Sheng, M. Run-Cai, H. Yi-Xian, A study on surface-enhanced hyper-raman scattering of basic fuchsin adsorbed on the silver colloid, Acta Phys. Sin., Overseas Ed., 2 (1993) 925–929.
  41. L. Huang, J. Kong, W. Wang, C. Zhang, S. Niu, B. Gao, Study on Fe(III) and Mn(II) modified activated carbons derived from Zizania latifolia to removal basic fuchsin, Desalination, 286 (2012) 268–276.
  42. S. Kalita, M. Pathak, G. Devi, H.P. Sarma, K.G. Bhattacharyya, A. Sarma, A. Devi, Utilization of Euryale ferox Salisbury seed shell for removal of basic fuchsin dye from water: equilibrium and kinetics investigation, RSC Adv., 7 (2017) 27248–27259.
  43. B. Kizilkaya, Usage of biogenic apatite (Fish Bones) on removal of Basic Fuchsin dye from aqueous solution, J. Dispersion Sci. Technol., 33 (2012) 1596–1602.
  44. J. Kong, L. Huang, Q. Yue, B. Gao, Preparation of activated carbon derived from leather waste by H3PO4 activation and its application for basic fuchsin adsorption, Desal. Water Treat., 52 (2014) 2440–2449.
  45. X. Zhuang, Y. Wan, C. Feng, Y. Shen, D. Zhao, Highly efficient adsorption of bulky dye molecules in wastewater on ordered mesoporous carbons, Chem. Mater., 21 (2009) 706–716.
  46. Y. Zhou, Q. Jin, X. Hu, Heavy metal ions and organic dyes removal from water by cellulose modified with maleic anhydride, J. Sci. Mater., 47 (2012) 5019–5029.
  47. H. Tavallali, A. Daneshyar, Modified iron oxide nanoparticles as solid phase extractor for spectrophotometeric determination and separation of muroxide, Int. J. ChemTech Res., 4 (2012) 1170–1173.
  48. R. Li, Y. Zhang, W. Chu, Z. Chen, J. Wang, Adsorptive removal of antibiotics from water using peanut shells from agricultural waste, RSC Adv., 8 (2018) 13546–13555.
  49. V. Ponnusami, V. Gunasekar, S.N. Srivastava, Kinetics of methylene blue removal from aqueous solution using gulmohar (Delonix regia) plant leaf powder: Multivariate regression analysis, J. Hazard. Mater., 169 (2009) 119–127.
  50. E. Malkoc, Y. Nuhoglu, Removal of Ni(II) ions from aqueous solutions using waste of tea factory: adsorption on a fixed-bed column, J. Hazard. Mater., 135 (2006) 328–336.
  51. J. López-Cervantes, D.I. Sánchez-Machado, R.G. Sánchez-Duarte, M.A. Correa-Murrieta, Study of a fixed-bed column in the adsorption of an azo dye from an aqueous medium using a chitosan–glutaraldehyde biosorbent, Adsorpt. Sci. Technol., 36 (2018) 215–232.
  52. A.A. Ahmad, B.H. Hameed, Fixed-bed adsorption of reactive azo dye onto granular activated carbon prepared from waste, J. Hazard. Mater., 175 (2010) 298–303.
  53. W. Zhang, L. Dong, H. Yan, H. Li, Z. Jiang, X. Kan, H. Yang, A. Li, R. Cheng, Removal of methylene blue from aqueous solutions by straw based adsorbent in a fixed-bed column, Chem. Eng. J., 173 (2011) 429–436.
  54. E. Oguz, M. Ersoy, Biosorption of cobalt(II) with sunflower biomass from aqueous solutions in a fixed bed column and neural networks modelling, Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf., 99 (2014) 54–60.
  55. H.C. Thomas, Heterogeneous ion exchange in a flowing system, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 66 (1944) 1664–1666.
  56. Y.H. Yoon, J.H. Nelson, Application of gas adsorption kinetics. A theoretical model for respirator cartridge service life, Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc. J., 45 (1984) 509–516.
  57. G.S. Bohart, E.Q. Adams, Some aspects of the behavior of charcoal with respect to chlorine, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 42 (1920) 523–544.
  58. A. Wolborska, Adsorption on activated carbon of p-nitrophenol from aqueous solution, Water Res., 23 (1989) 85–91.
  59. R.E. Hassan, E.H. Borai, Fixed bed column study for separation of light lanthanides by dowex-50X8, Int. J. Sci. Eng. Environ., 2 (2011) 101–116.
  60. M. Auta, B.H. Hameed, Coalesced chitosan activated carbon composite for batch and fixed-bed adsorption of cationic and anionic dyes, Colloids Surf., B, 105 (2013) 199–206.
  61. K.Y. Foo, B.H. Hameed, Insights into the modeling of adsorption isotherm systems, Chem. Eng. J., 156 (2010) 2–10.
  62. R. Zerdoum, Z. Hattab, Y. Berredjem, R. Mazouz, R. Djellabi, N. Filali, A. Gheid, K. Guerfi, Removal of methylene blue from water using eggshell membrane fixed bed, Desal. Water Treat., 81 (2017) 252–264.
  63. A. Ahmad, Z.A. Ghazi, M. Saeed, M. Ilyas, R. Ahmad, A.M. Khattak, A. Iqbal, A comparative study of the removal of Cr(VI) from synthetic solution using natural biosorbents, New J. Chem., 41 (2017) 10799–10807.
  64. M.E. Ossman, M.S. Mansour, M.A. Fattah, N. Taha, Y. Kiros, Peanut shells and talc powder for removal of hexavalent chromium from aqueous solutions, Bulg. Chem. Commun., 46 (2014) 629–639.
  65. J. Bossa, F. Borget, F. Duvernay, P. Theule, T. Chiavassa, Formation of neutral methylcarbamic acid (CH3NHCOOH) and methylammonium methylcarbamate [CH3NH3+][CH3NHCO2] at low temperature, J. Phys. Chem. A, 112 (2008) 5113–5120.
  66. A. Danon, P.C. Stair, E. Weitz, FTIR study of CO2 adsorption on amine-grafted SBA-15: elucidation of adsorbed species, J. Phys., 115 (2011) 11540–11549.
  67. C. Knöfel, C. Martin, V. Hornebecq, P.L. Llewellyn, Study of carbon dioxide adsorption on mesoporous aminopropylsilane functionalized silica and titania combining microcalorimetry and in situ infrared spectroscopy, J. Phys., 113 (2009) 21726–21734.
  68. N. Quaranta, Use of wastes from the peanut industry in the manufacture of building materials, Int. J. Sustainable Dev. Plann., 13 (2018) 662–670.
  69. S. Boumchita, Y. Benjelloun, V. Nenov, F. Zerrouq, Application of Peanut shell as a low-cost adsorbent for the removal of anionic dye from aqueous solutions, J. Mater. Environ. Sci., 8 (2017) 2353–2364.
  70. C.S. Zhu, L.P. Wang, W.B. Chen, Removal of Cu(II) from aqueous solution by agricultural by-product: peanut hull, J. Hazard. Mater., 168 (2009) 739–746.
  71. R. Gong, Y. Sun, J. Chen, H. Liu, C. Yang, Effect of chemical modification on dye adsorption capacity of peanut hull, Dyes Pigm., 67 (2005) 175–181.
  72. L.C.V. Ítavo, C.M. Soares, C.C.B.F. Ítavo, A.M. Dias, H.V. Petit, E.S. Leal, A.D.V. De Souza, Calorimetry, chemical composition and in vitro digestibility of oilseeds, Food Chem., 185 (2015) 219–225.
  73. A. Sonia, K.P. Dasan, Chemical, morphology and thermal evaluation of cellulose microfibers obtained from Hibiscus sabdariffa, Carbohydr. Polym., 92 (2013) 668–674.
  74. G.F. Malash, M.I. El-Khaiary, Methylene blue adsorption by the waste of Abu-Tartour phosphate rock, J. Colloid Interface Sci., 348 (2010) 537–545.
  75. R.M. Ali, H.A. Hamad, M.M. Hussein, G.F. Malash, Potential of using green adsorbent of heavy metal removal from aqueous solutions: adsorption kinetics, isotherm, thermodynamic, mechanism and economic analysis, Ecol. Eng., 91 (2016) 317–332.
  76. H. Yang, R. Yan, H. Chen, D.H. Lee, C. Zheng, Characteristics of hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin pyrolysis, Fuel, 86 (2007) 1781–1788.
  77. R. Djomi, L.J.R. Meva’a, J. Nganhou, G. Mbobda, A.E. Njom, Y.D.M. Bampel, J.B.S. Tchinda, Physicochemical and thermal characterization of dura palm kernel powder as a load for polymers: case of polyvinyl chloride, J. Mater. Sci. Chem. Eng., 6 (2018) 1–18.
  78. X. Xu, B.Y. Gao, X. Tang, Q.Y. Yue, Q.Q. Zhong, Q. Li, Characteristics of cellulosic amine-crosslinked copolymer and its sorption properties for Cr(VI) from aqueous solutions, J. Hazard. Mater., 189 (2011) 420–426.
  79. B.D. Zdravkov, J.J. Čermák, M. Šefara, J. Janků, Pore classification in the characterization of porous materials: a perspective, Cent. Eur. J. Chem., 5 (2007) 385–395.
  80. L.-X. Li, D. Xu, X.-Q. Li, W.-C. Liu, Y.J. De, Excellent fluoride removal properties of porous hollow MgO microspheres, R. Soc. J. Chem., 38 (2014) 5445–5452.
  81. A. Allaoui, Z. Hattab, R. Zerdoum, R. Djellabi, Y. Berredjem, W. Bessashia, K. Guerfi, Adsorption of hexavalent chromium by crushed brick: effect of operating parameters and modeling study, Desal. Water Treat., 131 (2018) 291–304.
  82. R. Mazouz, N. Filali, Z. Hattab, K. Guerfi, Valorization of granulated slag of Arcelor-Mittal (Algeria) in cationic dye adsorption from aqueous solution: column studies, J. Water Reuse Desal., 6 (2016) 204–213.
  83. A.P. Lim, A.Z. Aris, Continuous fixed-bed column study and adsorption modeling: removal of cadmium(II) and lead(II) ions in aqueous solution by dead calcareous skeletons, Biochem. Eng. J., 87 (2014) 50–61.
  84. M.G.A. Vieira, R.M. Oisiovici, M.L. Gimenes, M.G.C. Silva, Biosorption of chromium(VI) using a Sargassum sp. packed-bed column, Bioresour. Technol., 99 (2008) 3094–3099.
  85. S. Chen, Q. Yue, B. Gao, Q. Li, X. Xu, K. Fu, Adsorption of hexavalent chromium from aqueous solution by modified corn stalk: a fixed-bed column study, Bioresour. Technol., 113 (2012) 114–120.
  86. J.T. Igbokwe, Adsorption performance of packed bed column for the removal of lead(II) using oil palm fibre, Int. J. Appl. Sci. Technol., 2 (2012) 106–115.
  87. E. Malkoc, Y. Nuhoglu, Fixed bed studies for the sorption of chromium(VI) onto tea factory waste, Chem. Eng. Sci., 61 (2006) 4363–4372.
  88. G. McKay, M. El Geundi, M.M. Nassar, Equilibrium studies during the removal of dyestuffs from aqueous solutions using bagasse pith, Water Res., 21 (1987) 1513–1520.
  89. T. Vickerstaff, The Physical Chemistry of Dyeing, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., London, 1954.
  90. G.S. Gupta, G. Prasad, V.N. Singh Removal of chrome dye from carpet effluents using coal-I, Environ. Technol. Lett., 9 (1988) 153–161.
  91. G.S. Gupta, G. Prasad, V.N. Singh, Removal of chrome dye from aqueous solutions by mixed adsorbents: fly ash and coal, Water Res., 24 (1990) 45–50.
  92. S.K. Khare, R.M. Srivastava, K.K. Panday, V.N. Singh, Removal of basic dye (crystal violet) from water using wollastonite as adsorbent, Environ. Technol. Lett., 9 (1988) 1163–1172.
  93. M.A. Akl, A.F.M. Youssef, A.H. Hassan, H. Maher, Synthesis, characterization and evaluation of peanut shellsderived activated carbons for removal of methomyl from aqueous solutions, Environ. Anal. Toxicol., 6 (2016), doi: 10.4172/2161-0525.1000352.
  94. M. Auta, B.H. Hameed, Chitosan-clay composite as highly effective and low-cost adsorbent for batch and fixed-bed adsorption of methylene blue, Chem. Eng. J., 237 (2014) 352–361.
  95. N. Barka, A. Assabbane, A. Nounah, L. Laanab, Y.A. Ichou, Removal of textile dyes from aqueous solutions by natural phosphate as a new adsorbent, Desalination, 235 (2009) 264–275.
  96. Y.S. Al-degs, M.I. El-barghouthi, A.H. El-sheikh, G.M. Walker, Effect of solution pH, ionic strength, and temperature on adsorption behavior of reactive dyes on activated carbon, J. Dyes Pigm., 77 (2008) 16–23.
  97. D. Ozer, A. Ozer, Methylene blue adsorption from aqueous solution by dehydrated peanut hull, J. Hazard. Mater., 144 (2007) 171–179.
  98. Y. Song, S. Chen, Y. Gao, H. Xu, Fuchsine adsorption from aqueous solution by epichlorohydrin crosslinked peanut husk, Adv. Mater. Res., 549 (2012) 362–365.
  99. Z. Aksu, F. Gönen, Biosorption of phenol by immobilized activated sludge in a continuous packed bed: prediction of breakthrough curves, Process Biochem., 39 (2004) 599–613.
  100. A. Singh, D. Kumar, J.P. Gaur, Continuous metal removal from solution and industrial effluents using Spirogyra biomasspacked column reactor, Water Res., 46 (2011) 779–788.
  101. Z.Z. Chowdhury, S.M. Zain, A.K. Rashid, R.F. Rafique, K. Khalid, Breakthrough curve analysis for column dynamics sorption of Mn(II) ions from wastewater by using Mangostana garcinia peel-based granular-activated carbon, J. Chem., 2013 (2013), doi: 10.1155/2013/959761.