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题名: Adsorption of iodide ions on a calcium alginate-silver chloridecomposite adsorbent
作者: Zhang, Huifang ;  Gao, Xiaolei ;  Guo, Tan ;  李权 ;  刘海宁 ;  叶秀深 ;  Guo, Min ;  吴志坚
刊名: COLLOIDS AND SURFACES A-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS
出版日期: 2011
卷号: 386, 期号:1-3, 页码:166-171
关键词: Iodide ;  Adsorption ;  Silver chloride ;  Calcium alginate ;  Precipitation
英文摘要: A composite spherical adsorbent for iodide ions was prepared with silver chloride as an adsorption active component, and calcium alginate as a carrier. The adsorbent had an adsorption active component content of 0.96 mmol g(-1), a water content of 83%, and a point of zero charge (PZC) of 7.2. The kinetics and thermodynamics of iodide adsorption onto the adsorbent in aqueous solutions were investigated comprehensively, by considering the effects of initial iodide concentration, temperature, solution pH, and coexisting NaCl. The results exhibited that the initial adsorption rate increases with the increase in initial iodide concentration and temperature. In general, the equilibrium adsorption amount was found to be insensitive to coexisting NaCl, and initial solution pH in a range of 1-6. The dominant adsorption mechanism has been proved to be the precipitation transformation reaction. The composite adsorbent used in this study is easy to prepare, avoiding silver chloride from leaching, and has been proved to be an effective iodide adsorbent with an adsorption capacity of 1.1 mmol g(-1). (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. A composite spherical adsorbent for iodide ions was prepared with silver chloride as an adsorption active component, and calcium alginate as a carrier. The adsorbent had an adsorption active component content of 0.96 mmol g(-1), a water content of 83%, and a point of zero charge (PZC) of 7.2. The kinetics and thermodynamics of iodide adsorption onto the adsorbent in aqueous solutions were investigated comprehensively, by considering the effects of initial iodide concentration, temperature, solution pH, and coexisting NaCl. The results exhibited that the initial adsorption rate increases with the increase in initial iodide concentration and temperature. In general, the equilibrium adsorption amount was found to be insensitive to coexisting NaCl, and initial solution pH in a range of 1-6. The dominant adsorption mechanism has been proved to be the precipitation transformation reaction. The composite adsorbent used in this study is easy to prepare, avoiding silver chloride from leaching, and has been proved to be an effective iodide adsorbent with an adsorption capacity of 1.1 mmol g(-1). (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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URI标识: http://ir.isl.ac.cn/handle/363002/1870
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Zhang, Huifang,Gao, Xiaolei,Guo, Tan,et al. Adsorption of iodide ions on a calcium alginate-silver chloridecomposite adsorbent[J]. COLLOIDS AND SURFACES A-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS,2011,386(1-3):166-171.
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