Comment je fais... pour ligaturer les pédicules lombo-ovariens au cours d'une hystérectomie par voie vaginale

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Abstract

Distinctive adsorption equilibria and kinetic models are of extensive use in explaining the biosorption of heavy metals, denoting the need to highlight and summarize their essential issues, which is the main purpose of this paper.As a general trend, up until now,most studies on the biosorption of heavymetal ions by miscellaneous biosorbent types have been directed toward the uptake of single metal in preference to multicomponent systems. In particular, Langmuir and Freundlichmodels are themostcommonisotherms for correlating biosorption experimental data though other isotherms, whichwere initially established for gasphaseapplications,canalsobe extendedontobiosorption system.In kinetic modeling, the pseudo-first and -second order equations are considered as the most celebrated models. ©

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Leblanc, E. (2003). Comment je fais... pour ligaturer les pédicules lombo-ovariens au cours d’une hystérectomie par voie vaginale. Gynecologie Obstetrique et Fertilite. Elsevier Masson SAS. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gyobfe.2003.10.019

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