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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Shofiyani A, Narsito, Santosa SJ, Noegrohati S
Publication date: 2009
Chapter title: Enhancement of Cu(II) Adsorption Capacity by Surface-Ionic Imprinted Biosorbent.
Page numbers: 231-234.
DOI: 10.1142/9789814295048_0048

Book title: Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering
Editors: Li K
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 978-981-4293-46-4

Abstract: Ion-imprinting technique based on microalgae biomass surface was applied to the preparation of surface ionic-imprinted biosorbent (SIIB) for Cu(II) adsorption. The biosorbent was prepared by coating Cu(II)-imprinted chitosan hydrogel onto biomass surface followed by cross-linking procedure. Desorption of the imprinted-ions left a specific template for Cu(II) binding sites. Batch adsorption was conducted to study the characteristics adsorption of Cu(II) onto SIIB, and the maximum capacity was calculated to be 53.1918 mg/g, higher than that on IIB (51.5469 mg/g). Desorption metal ion-imprinted on SIIB was more effective (96-100%) than that on IIB (60-70%), which offers promising applicative prospects in the wastewater treatment
Template and target information: copper ion, Cu(II)


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