The Ion Effect on Dewaterability of Alumina-Metal EDTA System

Title & Authors
The Ion Effect on Dewaterability of Alumina-Metal EDTA System
Kim, Jeung-Bea;

Abstract
The specific ion effects are observed in the alumina-metal EDTA(Ethylene Diamine Tetraacetic Acid) system. These effects seem to be associated with the fluidity of the metal ion in the complex. A consideration of the order of adsorption of the complexes on alumina indicates that a specific ion effect also affects the stability of the system. It is clear that EDTA and its heavy metal complexes have a significant effect on the dewaterability of alumina. These effects are not well represented by zeta potential measurements, especially for EDTA alone. With the nonspeciating complexes, though, the maximum permeability is predicted by the pH$\small{\_}$zpc/ from zeta potential measurements. At other pH value, the refiltration rate is better predicted by the state of coagulation as measured by log W.
Keywords
Dewaterability;Refiltration;Zeta potential;Alumina;EDTA;
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English
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