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Adsorption characteristics of As(III) and Cr(VI) from aqueous solution by Sediment Amendment Composite
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Adsorption characteristics of As(III) and Cr(VI) from aqueous solution by Sediment Amendment Composite
Shin, Woo-Seok; Na, Kyu-Ri; Kim, Young-Kee;
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 Abstract
The adsorption characteristics of mixed heavy metals (Cr(III), As(VI)) in aqueous solution were investigated using a sediment amendment composite. Sediment amendment composite was composed of clean sediment (40%), zeolite (20%), recycled aggregate (10%), steel slag (10%), oyster shell (10%), and cement (10%). The experimental results showed that the adsorption equilibrium was attained after 180 mins. Heavy metal adsorption was characterized using Freundlich and Langmuir equations. The equilibrium adsorption data for the sediment amendment composite better fitted with the Langmuir model than the Freundlich model. The maximum adsorption capacity of Cr(VI) (36.07 mg/g) was higher than As(III) (25.54 mg/g); and the adsorption efficiency of the Cr(VI) and As(III) ions solution decreased with decreasing pH from 2 to 10. The collective results suggested that the sediment amendment composite is a promising material for a reactive cap that controls the release of Cr(VI) and As(III) from contaminated sediments.
 Keywords
Adsorption;Capping material;Heavy metals;Industrial by-products;Natural mineral;
 Language
Korean
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