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Separation of Fe(II) by the DEMI and TEMPO Oxidized Cellulose

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The description of some adsorption properties and behaviour of oxycellulose with Fe2+ ions is presented. Filter media from oxycelluloses materials have enormous sorption activity. There is described a sorption mechanism of poly 1,4-β-D anhydroglucuronic acid (PAGA). Utilisation of UV-VIS spectroscopy is shown on the adsorption process of optimalisation of oxycelluloses application. Supporting influence is demonstrated on the adsorption isotherms of Fe2+ ions in the competitive environment of NaCl, MgCl2.

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Filipi, M. and Milichovsky, M. (2015) Separation of Fe(II) by the DEMI and TEMPO Oxidized Cellulose. Journal of Encapsulation and Adsorption Sciences, 5, 105-110. doi: 10.4236/jeas.2015.53008.

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