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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Jo SH, Lee SY, Park KM, Yi SC, Kim D, Mun S
Article Title: Continuous separation of copper ions from a mixture of heavy metal ions using a three-zone carousel process packed with metal ion-imprinted polymer.
Publication date: 2010
Journal: Journal of Chromatography A
Volume: 1217
Issue: (45)
Page numbers: 7100-7108.
DOI: 10.1016/j.chroma.2010.09.014
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TG8-512MHCH-3/2/5e626877b50257f3be36cedff48c0e94

Abstract: In this study, a three-zone carousel process based on a proper molecular imprinted polymer (MIP) resin was developed for continuous separation of Cu2+ from Mn2+ and Co2+. For this task, the Cu (II)-imprinted polymer (Cu-MIP) resin was synthesized first and used to pack the chromatographic columns of a three-zone carousel process. Prior to the experiment of the carousel process based on the Cu-MIP resin (MIP-carousel process), a series of single-column experiments were performed to estimate the intrinsic parameters of the three heavy metal ions and to find out the appropriate conditions of regeneration and re-equilibration. The results from these single-column experiments and the additional computer simulations were then used for determination of the operating parameters of the MIP-carousel process under consideration. Based on the determined operating parameters, the MIP-carousel experiments were carried out. It was confirmed from the experimental results that the proposed MIP-carousel process was markedly effective in separating Cu2+ from Mn2+ and Co2+ in a continuous mode with high purity and a relatively small loss. Thus, the MIP-carousel process developed in this study deserves sufficient attention in materials processing industries or metal-related industries, where the selective separation of heavy metal ions with the same charge has been a major concern
Template and target information: Copper ion, Cu(II)
Author keywords: Carousel process, Metal-ion imprinted polymer, Copper separation, Continuous separation process, Process design


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