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Characterization of organic solvents adsorption/desorption on hydrophobic porous coordination polymers and their micro-crystals aggregation on mullite support
... 1 were grown on the mullite support, which were checked by XRPD and SEM analysis. Keywords: Adsorption; Coordination polymers; Host–guest systems; Zinc; Crystal aggregation 1. Introduction Recently, porous coordination polymers have attracted the attention of chemists who have an interest i ...
Desalination 234 (2008)
... feldspar decreased from 67.74 to 19.47%. As the concentration of rhamnolipid was increased from 12.5 to 100 mM, the optimum desorption efficiency of zinc ions from Na-feldspar was obtained at 25 mM rhamnolipid concentration and determined as 85.29% at 0.99 mM initial Zn(II) ion concentration i ...
Desalination 223 (2008)
... covering surface of the electrode could be quantified. Experiments were carried out with this procedure and RCP test in order to study the effect of zinc on the precipitation of calcium carbonate. Experiments were carried out with the water of Hamma (locality situated near the city of Constantine ...
Desalination 220 (2008)
... importance of automobiles as a continuing source of persistent pollutants in the environment, using the UK as a case study. The mass of lead, copper, zinc and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) being released by automobiles in the UK is estimated. It is shown that as other sources are reducing ...
Desalination 226 (2008)
The transport of zinc complexes ions through an anion exchange membrane was evaluated by the treatment of solutions with and without cyanide. The ionic transport wa ...
Desalination 227 (2008)
... importance. In the present study, a synthetic ultrafine zeolite was initially applied as sorbent (in suspension) for the removal of copper and zinc cations, and also chromium(VI) oxyanions — the latter less effectively. The removal of cations by zeolite particles depends mainly on th ...
Desalination 162 (2004)
Batch adsorption studies have been carried out for evaluating the suitability of tea factory waste as a low-cost adsorbent for the removal of zinc. The effects of various parameters like pH, adsorbent dose, initial concentration of zinc, temperature on adsorption performance were studied usin ...
Desalination 244 (2009)