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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Liu YC, Xu W, Xu WJ, Liu HM, Zhang XW
Article Title: Comparison between two commercial uranium resins and a uranyl sulphate imprinted resin based on self-assembling MIT.
Publication date: 2007
Journal: Frontiers of Chemical Engineering in China
Volume: 1
Issue: (4)
Page numbers: 327-331.
DOI: 10.1007/s11705-007-0059-8

Abstract: Abstract: In recent years, resins prepared via molecular imprinting technology have received considerable attention owing to their recognition and selective adsorption. This paper deals with the comparative investigation between a uranyl sulphate imprinted ion-exchange based on self-assembling molecular imprinting technology and two kinds of commercial uranium resins (the medium pore resin D263 and strong base resin 201 7). The studies were focused on their kinetics performance, adaptability toward pH, and performance of saturation and elution in laboratory-scale column. The results show that the imprinted ion exchange resin has the fast kinetics, high adaptability toward pH, and good adsorption and elution performance
Template and target information: uranyl ion, UO22+
Author keywords: uranyl sulphate, imprinted resin, D263 resin, 201 x 7 resin, recognition characteristics


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