Strontium removal from aqueous media by natural and modified sorbents
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The article presents the analysis of application of a natural and then modified mineral sorbent to strontium removal from natural and waste waters. The authors have shown the high-efficient sorption capacity of naturally occurring and thermally treated brucite relative to strontium. Besides, they have revealed the relationships of the mineral sorption and pH of a water medium, as well as the interaction of strontium and the sorbent surface.
KeywordsSorption brucite radioactive nuclides extraction ratio
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