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Adsorption Characteristics of Cadmium ions from Aqueous Solution using by-product of Brewing
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Adsorption Characteristics of Cadmium ions from Aqueous Solution using by-product of Brewing
Kim, Min-Su; Ham, Kwang-Joon; Ok, Yong-Sik; Gang, Seon-Hong;
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 Abstract
Biosorption is considered to be an alternative method to replace the present adsorbent systems for the treatment of metal contaminated wastewater. In this study, by-product which was abandoned from brewing factory was used to remove metal component in aqueous solution. The experimental results showed that the range of the removal efficiency is 60~91% and adsorption equilibrium was reached in about 3 hr. FT-IR and stereo microscope has been used to observe the surface conditions and changes in functional groups by calcination. At the end of elution, the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus in water was increased 11 and 7 times compare raw sample to calcinated samples. The Langmuir isotherm adequately described the adsorption of waste materials and the maximum adsorption capacity was 28.17 mg/g for Cd. The overall results suggested that waste material might can be used for biosorption of Cd.
 Keywords
Adsorption;Biosorbent;Calcination;Heavy metal ions;Hope;
 Language
Korean
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