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Authors: Zhang L, Xue JQ, Zhou XW, Fei X, Wang Y, Zhou YZ, Zhong LL, Han XL
Article Title: Adsorption of molybdate on molybdate-imprinted chitosan/triethanolamine gel beads.
Publication date: 2014
Journal: Carbohydrate Polymers
Volume: 114
Page numbers: 514-520.
DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2014.08.049
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0144861714008182

Abstract: Mo (VI)-imprinted chitosan (CTS)/triethanolamine (TEA) gel beads (Mo (VI)-ICTGBs) (ICTGBs = imprinted chitosan triethanolamine gel beads) were prepared by using ion-imprinted technology, in which TEA and molybdate solution were used in coagulation bath. The spectrum of FT-IR implies that bonding are formed between TEA and the primary hydroxyl of CTS, and ion gel reaction happen between CTS and molybdate; XRD patterns also prove the change among CTS, TEA and molybdate. SEM images and N2 adsorption show that the surface area increases obviously after eluting Mo (VI) ions. The adsorption isotherm of Mo (VI)-ICTGBs imply that the adsorption process is according with Freundlich model. Adsorption kinetics suggests that the pseudo-second order adsorption mechanism is predominant for this adsorbent system of Mo (VI)-ICTGBs. The Mo (VI)-ICTGBs show high adsorption capacity and good selectivity for Mo (VI) anions in the coexistence system at pH = 6.0. The Mo (VI)-ICTGBs have a good application prospect, because it is with a simple and rapid technique and good durance
Template and target information: molybdenum ion, molybdate, Mo(VI)
Author keywords: chitosan, Ion-imprinted technology, Molybdate, Triethanolamine, adsorption


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