Original Research ARTICLE
Adsorption Properties and Mechanism of Cd2+ in Water by Zr-containing Silica Residue Purification
- 1China University of Geosciences, China
Zr-containing silica residue purification discharged from industrial production of ZrOCl2 was used as adsorbent, CdCl2 solution was used as simulated wastewater containing Cd2+, the properties and mechanism of ZSR-P absorbing Cd2+ were studied. The results showed that ZSR-P had a good effect of adsorption and removal of Cd2+ in water. The adsorption time, initial concentration of Cd2+ and solution pH had a significant effect on the adsorption behavior, and pH value had the greatest effect among them. Under the optimal conditions, the amount of Cd2+ adsorbed by ZSR-P was 43.1mg/g. The isothermal adsorption conformed to the Langmuir adsorption model and the adsorption kinetics conformed to the secondary adsorption rate model. In the ZSR-P-Cd, Cd2+ was uniformly distributed on the surface of SiO2 particles and in the voids formed by the accumulation of particles. Adsorption of Cd2+ by ZSR-P was achieved through the reaction between Si-OH on the surface of SiO2 and Cd2+ hydroxyl compounds.
Keywords: Zr-containing silica residue purification, Adsorption, Cd2+, kinetic model, Isothermal models
Received: 27 Jul 2018;
Accepted: 29 Oct 2018.
Edited by:Wenbo Wang, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics (CAS), China
Reviewed by:Shiyong Sun, Southwest University of Science and Technology
JIANXI ZHU, Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry (CAS), China
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* Correspondence: Dr. Hao Ding, China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China, email@example.com