Some structural-sorption characteristics of a series of secondary products (wastes) obtained in processing of vegetable raw materials, such as wheat straw, buckwheat peel, sunflower husk, and beet pulp, containing fibrous cellulose skeleton (“food fibers”), were determined. The effect of chemical and mechano-chemical modification of these products on the characteristics of their pore structure and sorption activity with respect to organic substances, heavy metal ions, and 90Sr radionuclides was studied.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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