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|Title:||Nanocomposite carbon-bearing sorption material|
|Authors:||Sapronova, Z. A.|
Sverguzova, S. V.
Fomina, E. V.
|Keywords:||Authors of BSTU|
sugar industry waste
|Publisher:||Published by Atlantis Press|
|Abstract:||While studying, a new nanocomposite carbon-bearing sorbent (TMCO) has been obtained as a result of thermal modification of sugar industry waste – carbonatation sludge. TMCO is a combination of carbonate basis covered by coal nanoparticles. The nanostructured layer from the amorphous carbon is penetrated by a lot of voids and canals, 50 nanometers or less in size, which are active adsorption centers. Experimental studies of wastewater sorption purification with copper and nickel ions, sodium lauryl sulfate, dairy milk processing industry components, oil products, dyes have been conducted. Practical significance of the new sorbent has been confirmed by tests on the factory floor of different enterprises. A complex mechanism of TMCO adsorption action with high wastewater purification has been established that allows recommending the nanocomposite as an effective sorbent to treat wastewater of different chemical compositions.|
|Description:||Sapronova Z. A. Nanocomposite carbon-bearing sorption material / Z. A. Sapronova, S. V. Sverguzova, E. V. Fomina // Advances in Engineering Reeseach (Actual Issues of Mechanical Engineering AIME 2017). - 2017. - Vol.133. - P. 728-733.|
|Appears in Collections:||Industrial ecology|
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