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pH dependent boron adsorption by Na montmorillonite
Year:
1981
Authors :
בר-יוסף, בניהו
;
.
קרן, רמי
;
.
Volume :
45
Co-Authors:

R. Keren 

R. G. Gast  

B. Bar‐Yosef

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From page:
45
To page:
48
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Total pages:
4
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Abstract:

A simple phenomenological equation was derived and applied to boron adsorption by Na‐montmorillonite as a function of pH and boron concentration in solution. The equation, which is based on the assumption that B(OH)3, B(OH)4, and OH are all competing for the same adsorption sites, includes constants related to the binding energy KHBKB, and KOH for the three species as well as the total boron adsorption capacity factor, T. Results of boron adsorption at three pH's were used to estimate the values of these parameters. Estimated values of TKHBKB, and KOH were 6.02 × 10−6 mol/g, 194, 1,745, and 25,803 liters/mol, respectively. It was found that these values for the parameters could in turn be used to predict boron adsorption on Na‐montmorillonite systems at other pH values and boron concentrations. Results found for Na‐montmorillonite were consistent with those found by others in that boron adsorption varied with both pH and boron concentration, with maximum adsorption occurring at pH 9.3.

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DOI :
10.2136/sssaj1981.03615995004500010010x
Article number:
0
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Language:
אנגלית
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pH dependent boron adsorption by Na montmorillonite
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R. Keren 

R. G. Gast  

B. Bar‐Yosef

pH dependent boron adsorption by Na montmorillonite

A simple phenomenological equation was derived and applied to boron adsorption by Na‐montmorillonite as a function of pH and boron concentration in solution. The equation, which is based on the assumption that B(OH)3, B(OH)4, and OH are all competing for the same adsorption sites, includes constants related to the binding energy KHBKB, and KOH for the three species as well as the total boron adsorption capacity factor, T. Results of boron adsorption at three pH's were used to estimate the values of these parameters. Estimated values of TKHBKB, and KOH were 6.02 × 10−6 mol/g, 194, 1,745, and 25,803 liters/mol, respectively. It was found that these values for the parameters could in turn be used to predict boron adsorption on Na‐montmorillonite systems at other pH values and boron concentrations. Results found for Na‐montmorillonite were consistent with those found by others in that boron adsorption varied with both pH and boron concentration, with maximum adsorption occurring at pH 9.3.

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