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Revision 3 Competitive adsorption geometries for the

Revision 3 Competitive adsorption geometries for the

3 45 The effects of pH, adsorption sequence and mineral species on the competitive 46 adsorption between arsenate and phosphate oxyanions are also discussed, and their 47 different competing ability and stability on the magnetite surfaces were ascribed to the 48 variations in adsorption geometry and strength of binding. To the best of our

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Surface structural ion adsorption modeling of competitive

Surface structural ion adsorption modeling of competitive

Feb 01, 1999 @article{osti_316353, title = {Surface structural ion adsorption modeling of competitive binding of oxyanions by metal (hydr)oxides}, author = {Hiemstra, T and Riemsdijk, W.H. van}, abstractNote = {An important challenge in surface complexation models (SCM) is to connect the molecular microscopic reality to macroscopic adsorption phenomena.

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Competitive Adsorption of Phosphate and Oxalate by

Competitive Adsorption of Phosphate and Oxalate by

Jan 01, 1991 The aim of this work was to study: (i) the competitive adsorption of phosphate (P) and oxalate (OX) anions on an Al oxide as influenced by pH and order of anion addition; and (ii) the adsorption of P on and the desorption of OX from an Al precipitation product [Al(OH) x-OX] formed in the presence of OX ions.The amount of P adsorbed on Al oxide in the absence of OX decreased with …

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Competitive Adsorption and Diffusion of Gases in a

Competitive Adsorption and Diffusion of Gases in a

Mar 05, 2019 The experimental and theoretical study of the co-adsorption and co-diffusion of several gases through a microporous solid and the instantaneous (out of equilibrium) distribution of the adsorbed phases is particularly important in many fields, such as gas separation, heterogeneous catalysis, purification of confined atmospheres, reduction of exhaust emissions contributing to global warming, etc.

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Research on adsorption characteristics of H 2 S CH 4 N

Research on adsorption characteristics of H 2 S CH 4 N

Dec 14, 2020 In the mining of high-sulfur coal, ... For CH 4 and N 2, as number of water molecules increases, they occupy free volume, which promotes the competitive adsorption of CH 4 and N 2.

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Derivation of the Langmuir and BET Isotherms

Derivation of the Langmuir and BET Isotherms

Thermodynamic Derivation. The adsorption process between gas phase molecules, A, vacant surface sites, S, and occupied surface sites, SA, can be represented by the equation, assuming that there are a fixed number of surface sites present on the surface. An equilibrium constant, K, can be written: q = Fraction of surface sites occupied (0 q 1)

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Understanding solvent effects on adsorption and

Understanding solvent effects on adsorption and

Feb 26, 2020 An increase in adsorption entropy from the aqueous phase is common in the adsorption of large-molecular dyes onto solid surfaces, as a large …

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PDF Competitive adsorption of copper and zinc by a Bt

PDF Competitive adsorption of copper and zinc by a Bt

Competitive adsorption of copper and zinc 0.01 M KCl to serve as a reference condition for assessing the effect of OM removal on the preferential The adsorption of Cu and Zn from an equimolar retention of Cu and Zn. The suspension pH was Cu – Zn solution was determined in duplicate by determined and readjusted to the original pH of the ...

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quot Removal of Fluoride from Mine Water via Adsorption for

quot Removal of Fluoride from Mine Water via Adsorption for

The process of mining minerals and elements from ores and rocks creates acid rock drainage (ARD). This drainage is water that contains heavy metals and minerals that can be dangerous for human consumption or damaging to the environment. The mining industry has employed various water treatment methods to prevent these metals and minerals from being discharged into water sources …

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Adsorption behaviors on trace Pb2 from water of biochar

Adsorption behaviors on trace Pb2 from water of biochar

Aug 17, 2020 With the temperature increases, the adsorption isotherms change gradually type IV into type II. This may be single layer chemisorption at first stage during the adsorption process. After single layer adsorption of Pb 2+ on the surface of HCSs-2, Q e decreased slightly due to competitive adsorption.

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Competitive adsorption of metals on cabbage waste from

Competitive adsorption of metals on cabbage waste from

Competitive adsorption of metals on cabbage waste from multi-metal solutions. ... Strategic Water Infrastructure Laboratory, School of Civil Mining and Environmental Engineering, University of ... The adsorption isotherms obtained could be well fitted to both the mono- and multi-metal models. In the competitive adsorption systems, cabbage waste ...

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Competitive sorption and availability of coexisting heavy

Competitive sorption and availability of coexisting heavy

The results clearly indicated competitive adsorption among metals with the highest adsorption preference toward Pb. The removal efficiency and partition coefficient (PC) values of heavy metals for ...

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Minerals Free Full Text The Competitive Adsorption of

Minerals Free Full Text The Competitive Adsorption of

With similar chemical properties and geometrical configurations, sulfate and chromate display interesting competitive adsorption on mineral surfaces. Although such issues have been investigated on several Fe (hydr)oxide surfaces, e.g., ferrihydrite, goethite and hematite, the competitive adsorption on magnetite surfaces and the constraint mechanism have seldom been studied.

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Molecular simulation of CH 4 CO 2 H 2 O competitive

Molecular simulation of CH 4 CO 2 H 2 O competitive

The competitive adsorptions of CH 4 /CO 2 /H 2 O on coal vitrinite (DV-8, C 214 H 180 O 24 N 2) were computed based on density function theory (DFT) and grand canonical Monte Carlo (GCMC).The adsorption process reaches the saturation state after adsorbing 17 CH 4 s, 22 CO 2 s, and 35 H 2 Os per C 214 H 180 O 24 N 2 respectively. The optimal configurations of CH 4-vitrinite, CO 2-vitrinite, and ...

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CO2 CH4 Competitive Adsorption in Shale Implications for

CO2 CH4 Competitive Adsorption in Shale Implications for

CO2/CH4 interaction determines the prospects for complementary enhanced gas recovery (EGR) associated with CO2 sequestration in shale. We characterize the competitive adsorption of CO2 and CH4 in shale using low-field NMR. Competitive sorption of CO2 relative to CH4 is defined as the CO2/CH4 competitive adsorption ratio (CO2/CH4 CAR for short) when CO2 and CH4 have the …

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Competitive adsorption Request PDF

Competitive adsorption Request PDF

Jan 27, 2021 The effects of 2 concen- trations of phosphate (P) or molybdate (Mo) (6.7 X 10 -7 and 6.7 x 10 6 M) on As(V) adsorption envelopes (adsorption vs. pH) gave evidence for direct competitive ...

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Selective and Competitive Adsorption of Azo Dyes on the

Selective and Competitive Adsorption of Azo Dyes on the

Nov 28, 2016 • Adsorption capacities of ZIF-67 on congo red and methyl orange are 3900 and 1340 mg/g, respectively. • Adsorption ability of the dyes over ZIF-67 is related to the dye structure and the surface property of ZIF-67. • Competitive ability of congo red adsorption over ZIF-67 is stronger than that of methyl orange.

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Molecular Investigation of CO2 CH4 Competitive Adsorption

Molecular Investigation of CO2 CH4 Competitive Adsorption

The adsorption behavior and the mechanism of a CO2/CH4 mixture in shale organic matter play significant roles to predict the carbon dioxide sequestration with enhanced gas recovery (CS-EGR) in shale reservoirs. In the present work, the adsorption performance and the mechanism of a CO2/CH4 binary mixture in realistic shale kerogen were explored by employing grand canonical Monte Carlo …

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Adsorption of organic micropollutants to biosolids derived

Adsorption of organic micropollutants to biosolids derived

The negative free energy changes observed suggested that adsorption was spontaneous and that adsorption rates outcompete desorption rates. Under multi-solute conditions, the adsorption capacities for all compounds were suppressed to varying extents; however, the competitive multi-solute adsorption reactions were still spontaneous and endothermic.

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Adsorption of Gases Definition amp Examples Study.com

Adsorption of Gases Definition amp Examples Study.com

Adsorption is when molecules stick to the surface of a solid. This can be physical or chemical with actual bonds. We can determine how much gas will adsorb onto a surface by using isotherm graphs ...

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Competitive adsorption of Cd II Zn II and Ni II from

Competitive adsorption of Cd II Zn II and Ni II from

The adsorption of Cd(II), Zn(II) and Ni(II) from aqueous solutions in binary and ternary component systems by tourmaline was investigated. Kinetic data were accurately fitted to pseudo-second order and internal diffusion models, which indicated that the adsorption of heavy metals occurred on the interior surface of the sorbent and internal diffusion was the controlling mechanism during heavy ...

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An Experimental Study on the Adsorption and Desorption of

An Experimental Study on the Adsorption and Desorption of

Furthermore, we will investigate competitive adsorption onto the silty clay for solutions containing binary-metal mixtures of Zn(II) and Cu(II), which coexist in Chenchao mining area. The results of this study will provide some theoretical insights for preventing contamination and remediation of the contaminated soil.

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Competitive adsorption of a two component gas on a

Competitive adsorption of a two component gas on a

Apr 09, 2014 The adsorption isotherms in figure 5(a) are similar to the classical Langmuir isotherms. However, unlike the Langmuir case for which the ratio θ 2 /θ 1 is the constant equal to S 0, variations in the adsorption properties of the adsorbent in the competitive adsorption lead to the dependence of this ratio on the concentration ℓ 1.

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Quantitative Determination of Competitive Molecular

Quantitative Determination of Competitive Molecular

Jun 28, 2011 competitive adsorption between different, even similarly sized, ligands on the surface of AuNPs and can be potentially used to benchmark physical-based measurements. Equally relevant for therapeutic applications is the so-called ligand displacement competitive adsorption …

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ATR IR Spectroscopic Study of Antimonate Adsorption to

ATR IR Spectroscopic Study of Antimonate Adsorption to

Oct 19, 2007 Antimonate ions adsorb to iron oxides in mining contexts, but the nature of the adsorbed antimonate species has not frequently been investigated. In this study, ATR-IR spectroscopy was used to reveal that the adsorption of Sb(OH)6- ion from aqueous solutions onto an amorphous iron oxide particle film is accompanied by changes in the Sb(OH)6- spectrum and the loss of OH stretching absorptions ...

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Thermodynamic Characteristics of Methane Adsorption of

Thermodynamic Characteristics of Methane Adsorption of

The adsorption of methane in coal depends on both pressure and temperature, and the adsorption gas content decreases as the temperature rises while increases as the pressure increases. When the gas molecule switches between the free state and adsorbed state, energy exchange is accompanied. To study the thermodynamic characteristics (adsorption heat, adsorption content, and adsorption …

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Retraction Note to Simulations and experimental

Retraction Note to Simulations and experimental

Jun 03, 2019 1. J Mol Model. 2019 Jun 3;25(6):178. doi: 10.1007/s00894-019-4074-8. Retraction Note to: Simulations and experimental investigations of the competitive adsorption of CH4 and CO2 on low-rank coal vitrinite.

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Competitive adsorption and diffusion of CH4 CO2 binary

Competitive adsorption and diffusion of CH4 CO2 binary

DOI: 10.1016/J.JNGSE.2018.02.034 Corpus ID: 103635771. Competitive adsorption and diffusion of CH4/CO2 binary mixture within shale organic nanochannels @article{Liu2018CompetitiveAA, title={Competitive adsorption and diffusion of CH4/CO2 binary mixture within shale organic nanochannels}, author={B. Liu and C. Qi and Tingyi Mai and Jun Zhang and Kaiyun Zhan and …

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Determination of the single component and competitive

Determination of the single component and competitive

Determination of the single component and competitive adsorption isotherms of the 1-indanol enantiomers by the inverse method. Attila Felinger. Related Papers. Adsorption of the enantiomers of 3-chloro-1-phenyl-propanol on silica-bonded chiral quinidine carbamate. By Krzysztof Kaczmarski.

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Retention of thallium by natural minerals A review

Retention of thallium by natural minerals A review

We also provide suggestions on future directions needed in Tl research including a) additional in-depth studies on the competitive adsorption of Tl by minerals; b) more direct comparison of Tl adsorption behavior from lab-based experiments with field observations to clarify the mechanisms of Tl adsorption by minerals under environmental ...

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Competitive Adsorption an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Competitive Adsorption an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Competitive adsorption of mixtures of ligands on the surfaces of nanoparticles is a different type of self-assembly for which the key aspect involves having two substrates that are phase-separated due to one or more opposite physical or chemical properties. When these substrates are mixed with a nanoparticle, typically gold due to the well ...

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Comparative and competitive adsorption of copper lead

Comparative and competitive adsorption of copper lead

Jan 10, 2011 A competitive adsorption takes place, where it is sometimes considered as an ion exchange mechanism (Qin et al., 2006). (2) R-NH 2 + M 2+ ← → R-NH 2 M 2+ (3) R-NH 3 + + M 2+ ← → R-NH 2 M 2+ + H +

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