Interaction of radium with freshwater sediments and their mineral components View Full Text


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1985-04

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P. Beneš, Z. Borovec, P. Strejc

ABSTRACT

Radiotracer method has been used for investigation of the adsorption and desorption of traces of radium on kaolinite and montmorillonite under conditions similar to those prevailing in waste and surface waters. It has been found that adsorption depends on the pH and ionic strength of the solution, and the character of these dependences is different for kaolinite and montmorillonite. Sulfates at concentration 60 mg·l−1 have negligible effect on the adsorption. Montmorillonite represents better adsorbent for radium than kaolinite, but both minerals may significantly affect the form and migration of radium in surface waters, if present as (major) components of freshwater sediments. Radium can be quantitatively desorbed by 1M HCl from kaolinite but not from montmorillonite. The desorption by 0.1M NaCl is generally lower and depends on the pH during the preliminary adsorption. Mechanisms of radium adsorption on both minerals and the character of the adsorption sites are discussed. More... »

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339-351

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