Sorption of U(VI) from aqueous solutions with carbon sorbents View Full Text


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DATE

2007-02

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O. I. Zakutevskii, T. S. Psareva, V. V. Strelko, N. T. Kartel’

ABSTRACT

The sorption characteristics of ordinary and oxidized sorts of synthetic (SKN) and kernel (KAU) carbons and also carbon fabric oxidized with HNO3 (AUTo) with respect to U(VI) were studied. The influence of solution pH on the sorption capacity of carbon materials with respect to uranium was elucidated. The influence of chlorine and sulfate anions on the sorption rate and sorption capacity was studied. Based on kinetic curves and sorption isotherms of uranyl ions and their derivatives, possible mechanisms of uranium adsorption with carbon sorbents were considered. It was shown that carbon sorbents can be used for treatment of aqueous media, among them drinking water, to remove U(VI) compounds. More... »

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67-71

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  • 2001-01. Sorption of uranium onto titanosilicate materials in JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY
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