6 edition of Adsorption on new and modified inorganic sorbents found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, A. Dąbrowski, V.A. Tertykh.|
|Series||Studies in surface science and catalysis ;, vol. 99, Studies in surface science and catalysis ;, 99.|
|Contributions||Dąbrowski, A., Tertykh, V. A.|
|LC Classifications||QD547 .A3925 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 926 p. :|
|Number of Pages||926|
|LC Control Number||95050055|
Cu adsorption reached up to 90% after h, while Cd adsorption (96% Cd) uptake is after contact time 7h. Rashed  reported that Pb adsorption on peach and apricot stones increased with time to reach its maximum that the equilibrium times for Mn and Cd by a clay mineral are 48 adsorption at 3 and 4h, respectively. Chromium compounds are widely used in electroplating, metal finishing, magnetic tapes, pigments, leather tanning, wood protection and electronic and electrical equipment. Hexavalent chromium is a highly toxic metal and produces health damages. The most soluble, mobile and toxic forms of hexavalent chromium in soils are chromate and dichromate and the chromium .
Adsorption is a surface phenomenon with common mechanism for organic and inorganic pollutants removal. When a solution containing absorbable solute comes into contact with a solid with a highly porous surface structure, liquid–solid intermolecular forces of attraction cause some of the solute molecules from the solution to be concentrated or deposited at the . In this study, hexadecylamine (HDA) impregnated chitosan-powder activated carbon (Ct-PAC) composite beads were successfully prepared and applied to adsorption of the anionic dye reactive black 5 (RB5) in aqueous solution. The Ct-PAC-HDA beads synthesized with g powdered activated carbon (PAC) and g HDA showed the highest dye removal efficiency.
Section 1 Preparation, Structure and Properties of New and Modified Inorganic Sorbents Chapter Computational studies on the design of synthetic sorbents for selective adsorption of molecules R. Vetrivel, H. Takaba, M. Katagiri, M. Kubo and A. Miyamoto Chapter Controlled porosity glasses (CPGs) as adsorbents, molecular sieves, ion. Adsorption promises to play an integral role in several future energy and environmental technologies, including hydrogen storage, CO removal for fuel cell technology, desulfurization of transportation fuels, and technologies for meeting higher standards on air and water pollutants. Ralph Yang's Adsorbents provides a single and comprehensive source of knowledge for all commercial and new.
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Purchase Adsorption on New and Modified Inorganic Sorbents, Volume 99 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Adsorption on New and Modified Inorganic Sorbents (Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis) by A.
Dabrowski (Editor), V.A. Tertykh (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Part 1 Preparation, structure and properties of new and modified inorganic sorbents: computational studies on the design of synthetic sorbents for selective adsorption of molecules, R.
Vetrivel et al; controlled porosity glasses (CPGs) as adsorbents. Section 1 preparation, structure and properties of new and modified inorganic sorbents select article Chapter Computational studies on the design of synthetic sorbents for selective adsorption of molecules.
Chapter The use of gas chromatography to study the adsorption from gaseous phase at the infinite dilution --Chapter Molecular statistic and gas chromatographic study of hydrocarbons adsorption on the modified layer silicates and silica in the Henry region --Chapter Micropore filling mechanism in inorganic sorbents --Chapter There has been a lack of authoritative, current information on the structure, investigation and preparation of inorganic sorbents, their numerous applications as well as the adsorption from gaseous and liquid phases on new and chemically modified inorganic solids.
This volume deals with the above-mentioned themes and presents 34 up-to-date comprehensive and critical. Adsorption on New and Modified Inorganic Sorbents A. Dąbrowski and V.A.
Tertykh (Eds.) There has been a lack of authoritative, current information on the structure, investigation and preparation of inorganic sorbents, their numerous applications as well as the adsorption from gaseous and liquid phases on new and chemically modified inorganic.
This book is meant for the above mentioned potential readers and for the students of graduate and postgraduate courses. Contents Preface Author Index Preparation, Structure and Properties of New and Modified Inorganic Sorbents Adsorption from Gaseous Phase Adsorption from Solution Subject Index.
Owing to its mixed organic/inorganic nature, and despite its poorly developed micropore structure, bone char exhibited a strong adsorption capacity for both organic and metal species. The high apparent density of this material ( g cm −3) meant that its performance was greatly improved when tests were conducted on the basis of volume.
Anin situattenuated total reflection (ATR)–Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) method, in which the ATR element is coated with hematite particle layers in direct contact with the aqueous phase, was used to measure sulfate adsorption as a function of aqueous sulfate concentration and n pH 3 and 6, monitoring the spectral region – cm −1.
There has been a lack of authoritative, current information on the structure, investigation and preparation of inorganic sorbents, their numerous applications as well as the adsorption from gaseous and liquid phases on new and chemically modified inorganic solids.
Biillow, M. and Lorenz, P. () Isosteric Adsorption Equilibria for Binary Krypton-Xenon Mixtures on CaA Type Zeolite, in A.I. Liapis (ed.), Fundamentals of Adsorption, Proc. 2 d Internal Conf. Fundamentals of Adsorption, Santa Barbara, May; Engineering Foundation; New York,p.
; Büllow, M. () Determination of Sorption Thermodynamic. The CO2 adsorption properties of an ethylenediamine-modified mesoporous silica, EDA-SBA, have been examined.
Adsorption isotherms were collected by TGA measurements, and the breakthrough time and adsorption capacity were measured using a fixed-bed flow system. The EDA-SBA sorbent adsorbs around 20 mg/g of CO2 from 15% CO2 in N2 at 25 °C and 1.
Sorbents. Sorbents are insoluble materials or mixtures of materials used to recover liquids through the mechanism of absorption, or adsorption, or ents are materials that pick up and retain liquid distributed throughout its molecular structure causing the solid to swell (50 percent or more).The absorbent must be at least 70 percent insoluble in excess fluid.
The adsorption of mercury, arsenic, and selenium on micro and nano-scale sorbents is reviewed. In particular, efforts on trace metal capture from coal-derived gas streams using nano-scale sorbents.
Abstract. The properties of various adsorbents, among them inorganic sorbents, which are very important from biological, environmental and technological points of view, have been studied in terms of adsorption from non-electrolytic miscible binary solutions on.
Inorganic or ceramic materials to enhance chemical. sorbents and adsorption pro- In terms of applications, new sorbents should be. A hierarchical double-imprinting concept was applied to the preparation of a new organic−inorganic hybrid sorbent for selective separation of Cd(II) from aqueous solution.
In the prepared hierarchically imprinted sorbent, both Cd(II) and surfactant micelles (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide) were used as templates. The sorbent was prepared. Shakir, K. Benyamin, M. Aziz, Removal of Co(II) from dilute aqueous solutions by adsorption on charcoal and subsequent macroflotation of the sorbent, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Articles, /BF,1, (), ().
Sorbents are insoluble materials or mixtures of materials used to recover liquids through the mechanism of absorption, or adsorption, or both. Sorbents can be divided into three basic categories: Natural organic sorbents include: peat moss, straw, hay, sawdust, ground corncobs, feathers, and; other readily available carbon-based products.
Porous sorbents have been in the forefront of the removal of radioactive contaminants thanks to promising results and significant advantages such as high removal efficiency and adsorption capacities, high thermal stability, low maintenance cost, and the large range of structures and functionalizations that can be obtained.
17 Numerous studies.Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).Biochar as a sorbent is an effective and low-cost material to remove contaminants in water but its adsorption properties can be improved by impregnation of metals on the surface.
In this study, a biochar derived from industrial tea waste was modified with Mg, Fe, Mn and Al salts to create different composites, which were tested for PO 4 3.