STUDY OF DESORPTION AND SELECTIVITY OF SYNTHETIC ABSORBENT SSA ON ADSORPTION OF HEAVY METALS FROM INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER

Nasrin Hossein Ahli, Hashimov A. M., Qurbanov K. B., Maryam Abbasi

Abstract


Due to the lack of water, as a serious challenge for the human population in the coming years, and human could jeopardize the future of life on Earth as the most important and largest water consumer in the world by abuse of water and industrialization and the lack of proper management of wastewater and contaminated fluids. In the present study has been used the synthetic absorbent SSA (silica sulfuric acid), as a adsorbent for removal of heavy metals from aqueous media which was used as the catalyst in the pastand survey on the laboratory standard samples and real samples was carried out by the batch method (Batch) and the highest and lowest selectivity of the adsorbent in solution of multi-metal were examined with the presence of nuisance. Finally, desorption of ions was investigated by various acids in order to take the recycling and reuse of the adsorbent by maintain the structure ofabsorbent chemical.

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heavy metals, desorption, adsorption, SSA selectivity

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