Granulated inorganic sorbents based on silica gel of KSKG grade and aluminum oxide and modified with Fe(III) compounds were developed for water treatment to remove As(V). The influence of the particle size of the modifying additive on the ability of silica gel to take up As(V) was examined. The KSKG-based sorbents modified with nanoparticles of Fe(III) compounds exhibit the highest sorption capacity. The capacity of silica gel based sorbents modified with nanoparticles of iron compounds for As(V) is higher than that of analogous sorbents modified with iron oxides prepared by thermal decomposition of Fe(III) nitrate.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 30, 2017
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