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Title: Adsorption of Sr2+ ions from aqueous solutions on the activated carbon can-7 under dynamic conditions
Authors: Ciobanu, Mihail
Lupascu, Tudor
Mitina, Tatiana
Povar, Igor
Keywords: Activated carbon;Adsorption;Aqueous solution;Chemical activation;Dynamic conditions;Nut shells
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: National Research and Development Institute for Industrial Ecology ECOIND
Abstract: 
In the paper the eliminating strontium ions from groundwater by using the CAN-7
activated carbon under dynamic conditions has been studied. The activated carbon
CAN-7 is obtained by the chemical method, through the treatment with orthophosphoric acid at distinct temperatures. It has been proved that by the reduction of
the filtration rate of the solution containing strontium ions through the adsorbent
column, the strontium ion adsorption is increased. The adsorption of strontium ions
from aqueous solutions on the CAN-7 activated carbon has been measured at
different lengths of working layer of the adsorbent column and at different filtration
rates of the solution. The length of working layer of the column with CAN-7 has
been determined as a function of the initial concentration of strontium ions and
filtration rates. The activated carbon CAN-7 with adsorbed strontium ions is
completely regenerated by 0.36% of hydrochloric acid. The obtained results for the
process of adsorption of strontium ions from aqueous solutions on the CAN-7
activated carbon under dynamic conditions has demonstrated the option of removing
this pollutant from the deep waters.
Description: 
International Symposium "The Environment and the Industry", 20-21 September 2018, Bucharest, Romania, pp. 23-30
URI: 10.21698/simi.2018.fp02
http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1237
ISSN: L:1843-5831 (online); 2457-8371
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