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RESEARCH PAPERS : A STUDY ON REMOVAL OF PB2+ ION USING PELLET - TYPE RED MUD ADSORBENTS

Kim, Jung-Sik;Han, Sang-Won;Hwang, In-Gook;Bae, Jae-Heum;Shuzo Tokunaga

  • Published : 2002.03.31

Abstract

The two kinds of pellet-type red-mud adsorbents (bead-type, crushed-type) were from red mud, which is generated as a by-product during the production of aluminum hydroxide from bauxite ore. The adsorption experiments of Pb^{2+} ion in the aqueous solution by these red-mud adsorbents were studied with a continuous adsorption ccolumn. As a result, the crushed-type adsorbent shows better performance in adsorption of Pb^{2+} than the bead-type adsorbent between the two types of the pellet-type adsorbents. The continusous adsorption experiment shows that the pellet-type adsorbents made from red mud have good performance for removal of Pd^{2+}. The breakthrough curves of the red-mud adsorbents were compared with that of activated carbon.

Keywords

adsorption;Pb^{2+} ion;recycling of waste materials;red mud

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