Chito Petilla

Chito Petilla

Mar 24, 2017

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    About This Project

    Electronics Engineering students of the Eastern Visayas State University, Philippines, are the ones commonly using the chemical etching process for their laboratory experiments and projects. This experiment is aimed to study the effectiveness of using coconut husk as an alternative low-cost adsorption agent that can be used to remove copper residue found on the spent ferric chloride solution used by the students.

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