JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Effect of Biochar bead on Adsorption of Heavy Metals
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Effect of Biochar bead on Adsorption of Heavy Metals
Kim, Ho-Jin; Lee, Hochul; Kim, Hyuck-Soo; Kim, Kye-Hoon;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
In recent years, biochar has received much attention as soil amendment, enhancing soil fertility and reducing toxicity of heavy metals with its large specific surface area and high pH. Biochar has also the effect of alleviating global warming by carbon sequestration from recycling organic wastes by pyrolysis. However, scattering of fine particles of biochar is a hindrance to expand its use from human health point-of-view. Alginate, a natural polymer without toxicity, has been used for capsulation and hydrogel fabrication due to its cross-linking nature with calcium ion. In this study, the method of cross-linkage between alginate and calcium ion was employed for making dust-free biochar bead. Then an equilibrium adsorption experiment was performed for verifying the adsorption effect of biochar bead on heavy metals (cadmium, copper, lead, arsenic, and zinc). Results showed that biochar bead had effects on adsorbing heavy metals, especially lead, except arsenic.
 Keywords
Alginate;Biochar bead;Heavy metals;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
계량서지학적 분석을 통한 국내 biochar 관련 연구 동향 및 전망,김용성;김찬양;현승훈;

한국폐기물자원순환학회지, 2016. vol.33. 3, pp.207-223 crossref(new window)
 References
1.
Cao, X., Ma, L., Gao, B., and Harris, W. 2009. Dairy-manure derived biochar effectively sorbs lead and atrazine. Environmental Science & Technology 43:3285-3291. crossref(new window)

2.
Chen, X., Chen, G., Chen, L., Chen, Y., Lehmann, J., McBride, M.B., and Hay, A.G. 2011. Adsorption of copper and zinc by biochars produced from pyrolysis of hardwood and corn straw in aqueous solution. Bioresource Technology 102:8877-8884. crossref(new window)

3.
Clark, A.H. and Ross-Murphy, S.B. 1987. Structural and mechanical properties of biopolymer gels. In "Biopolymers", pp. 57-192. Springer.

4.
Day, D., Evans, R.J., Lee, J.W., and Reicosky, D. 2005. Economical $CO_{2}$, SOx, and NOx capture from fossil-fuel utilization with combined renewable hydrogen production and large-scale carbon sequestration. Energy-the International Journal 30:2558-2579. crossref(new window)

5.
Do, X.H. and Lee, B.K. 2013. Removal of $Pb^{2+}$ using a biochar– alginate capsule in aqueous solution and capsule regeneration. Journal of Environmental Management 131:375-382. crossref(new window)

6.
Ibanez, J.P. and Umetsu, Y. 2002. Potential of protonated alginate beads for heavy metals uptake. Hydrometallurgy 64:89-99. crossref(new window)

7.
Inyang, M., Gao, B., Yao, Y., Xue, Y., Zimmerman, A.R., Pullammanappallil, P., and Cao, X. 2012. Removal of heavy metals from aqueous solution by biochars derived from anaerobically digested biomass. Bioresource Technology 110:50-56. crossref(new window)

8.
Lehmann, J. 2007a. A handful of carbon. Nature 447:143-144. crossref(new window)

9.
Lehmann, J. 2007b. Bio-energy in the black. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5:381-387. crossref(new window)

10.
Masscheleyn, P.H., Delaune, R.D., and Patrick Jr., W.H. 1991. Effect of redox potential and pH on arsenic speciation and solubility in a contaminated soil. Environmental Science & Technology 25:1414-1419. crossref(new window)

11.
Mohan, D., Pittman Jr, C.U., Bricka, M., Smith, F., Yancey, B., Mohammad, J., Steele, P.H., Alexandre-Franco, M.F., Gomez- Serrano, V., and Gong, H. 2007. Sorption of arsenic, cadmium, and lead by chars produced from fast pyrolysis of wood and bark during bio-oil production. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 310:57-73. crossref(new window)

12.
Park, J.H., Choppala, G.K., Bolan, N.S., Chung, J.W., and Chuasavathi, T. 2011. Biochar reduces the bioavailability and phytotoxicity of heavy metals. Plant and soil 348:439-451. crossref(new window)

13.
Paul Chen, J. and Lin, M. 2001. Equilibrium and kinetics of metal ion adsorption onto a commercial H-type granular activated carbon: experimental and modeling studies. Water Research 35:2385-2394. crossref(new window)

14.
Science & Food. "Deconstructed apple pie". Last modified May 19, 2013. http://scienceandfooducla.wordpress.com.

15.
Tanaka, S. 1963. Fundamental study on wood carbonization. Bulletin of Experimental Forest of Hokkaido University.

16.
Uchimiya, M., Lima, I.M., Thomas Klasson, K., Chang, S., Wartelle, L.H., and Rodgers, J.E. 2010. Immobilization of heavy metal ions (CuII, CdII, NiII, and PbII) by broiler litter-derived biochars in water and soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58:5538-5544. crossref(new window)

17.
Uchimiya, M., Wartelle, L.H., Klasson, K.T., Fortier, C.A., and Lima, I.M. 2011. Influence of pyrolysis temperature on biochar property and function as a heavy metal sorbent in soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 59:2501-2510. crossref(new window)

18.
Velings, N.M., and Mestdagh, M.M. 1995. Physico-chemical properties of alginate gel beads. Polymer Gels and Networks 3:311-330. crossref(new window)