Heavy metal adsorption to a chelating resin in a binary solid fluidized bed

The addn. of inert particles of lighter d. and smaller diam. increases considerably the mass transfer coeff. in comparison to that of mono-component active particles at the same liq. velocity. This effect was applied to elimination of Cu ions by adsorption on a chelating resin. The intensification of the film mass transfer coeff. in binary system leads to a 15% increase of the usable adsorbent efficiency. [on SciFinder (R)]


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Chemical Engineering & Technology, 23, 11, 1007-1012
Year:
2000
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CAN 134:75727
60-2
Waste Treatment and Disposal
Laboratory of Chemical Reaction Engineering,Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,Lausanne,Switz.
Journal
0930-7516
written in English.
9003-05-8D (Polyacrylamide); 284025-45-2 (Chelamine Standard) Role: NUU (Other use, unclassified), USES (Uses) (heavy metal adsorption to chelating resin in binary solid fluidized bed); 7440-50-8 (Copper) Role: REM (Removal or disposal), PROC (Process) (heavy metal adsorption to chelating resin in binary solid fluidized bed)
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