Comparison of Experimental and Simulated Adsorption of Binary Metal Ions using Sawdust Modified by Citric Acid
- Comparison of Experimental and Simulated Adsorption of Binary Metal Ions using Sawdust Modified by Citric Acid
- 양중석; 권만재; 박영태; 최재영
- Biosorption; Competitive adsorption; Equilibrium modeling; Heavy metals; Stability constant
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- Separation science and technology
- VOL 50, NO 2, 276-285
- With the aim of removing binary metal ions from aqueous solutions, the adsorption characteristics of sawdust modified with citric acid are investigated using adsorption kinetics and isotherms
in both an experiment and a numerical simulation. The adsorption of metal ions is characterized by the competitive adsorption in binary metal ion systems that results from the stability constants between metal ions and citrate in the modified sawdust. These findings suggest that competitive adsorption and the affinities of the metal ion adsorbents play important roles in the removal of metal ions and that the numerical simulation can predict the adsorption characteristics of the modified sawdust.
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