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Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry

, Volume 88, Issue 4, pp 652–656 | Cite as

A study of sorption of phosphate ions from aqueous solutions by wood ash

  • A. I. Fomenko
  • L. I. Sokolov
Sorption and Ion Exchange Processes

Abstract

Possibility was studied of performing sorption purification of aqueous solutions to remove phosphate ions, with wood ash formed in burning of wastes formed in processing of crushed wood serving as a sorbent. Kinetic dependences of the sorption process were examined and sorption characteristics of wood ash with respect to phosphate ions were determined.

Keywords

Sorption Capacity Sorption Isotherm Sorption Process Sorption Equilibrium Sorption Characteristic 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Vologda State UniversityVologdaRussia

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