International Resource News-May 24, 2019--CETCO launches FLUORO-SORB(R) adsorbent
A research team from the Department of Energys Oak Ridge and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of South Florida developed a material that selectively binds dissolved uranium with a low-cost polymer adsorbent
. The results, published in Nature Communications, could help push past bottlenecks in the cost and efficiency of extracting uranium resources from oceans for sustainable energy production.
Batch adsorption studies were carried out and the effect of experimental parameters Such as pH, initial dye concentration, temperature, adsorbent
dose and contact time, on the adsorption of MB was studied.
Effect of different parameters such as contact time, shaking speed, adsorbent
dose, temperature, pH were studied.
This study aims at finding an efficient natural adsorbent
for the removal of the chromium from polluted water.
Other characteristics, which make adsorption attractive, are adsorbent
regeneration possibility and reusability of treated water for industrial processes, which uses water of low purity made .
In this study, we designed a hydrophilic adsorbent
bearing thiocarbonyl moieties for selective adsorption of noble metals in an organic solvent free manner.
To compare the adsorbent
substances, the cost, as well as effectiveness, must be considered.
Zirconium-treated fine red mud impregnated in Zn-alginate beads (ZRMAB) is investigated for their adsorption nature towards phosphate from water, and its sorption ability for phosphates is found to be 13.64 mg/g of the adsorbent
The adsorption is an effective method for the elimination of dyes from wastewater, especially if the adsorbent
is inexpensive, readily available, and does not require any additional pretreatment step before its application.
The present study aims to study how temperature influences on synergistic effect between the magnetic field and the adsorbent
. The scale inhibition of circulating water and adsorption properties of adsorbents
for [Pb.sup.2+] and phenol were studied.
The trap exhibited a high methyl iodide capacity--over three times higher than the currently used industrial adsorbent
under identical conditions.