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2013-02

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Mikh. M. Goldin, B. M. Grafov, G. R. Garaeva, A. D. Davydov, M. M. Goldin, V. A. Kolesnikov

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The hemosorbents made of carbon materials, which are used for hemosorption detoxication, should be indifferent toward blood. Therefore, in the course of hemosorption, it is important to avoid the Faradaic processes, which can change the blood composition. The probability of Faradaic processes depends on the open-circuit potential of activated carbon. This dependence is studied by simulating the detoxication processes. In order to obtain various open-circuit potentials, which are reached after switching-off polarization, the adsorption of cupric ions and t-butanol on the preliminarily polarized hemosorbent (AG-3 activated carbon) is studied. The effective number of electrons, which are transferred in an elementary adsorption act, is determined. The conditions, under which the Faradaic process does or does not proceed, are found. More... »

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107-114

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