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    The objective of this paper was to evaluate the potential of a new adsorbent material to recover Au (III) from real wastewater, in a column with a fixed bed in a dynamic regime. The material was obtained through functionalization, by impregnation of the commercial resin, Amberlite XAD 7 type, with L-glutamic acid, which has active groups -NH2 and -COOH. The goal of the experiments was to follow the correlation of fixed-bed column specific adsorption parameters (the effluent volume, the amounts of adsorbent, heights of the adsorbent layer in column) with the time necessary to cross the column. The experimental data obtained were modeled, using the Bohart-Adams, Yoon-Nelson Thomas and Clark models, to establish the mechanism of the Au (III) recovery process, in a dynamic regime. Also, we established the number of cycles for adsorption-desorption for which the new material can be used. We used 5% HNO3 (5%) as desorption agent in five adsorption-desorption cycles, until the process was no longer efficient. The degree of desorption varied between 84% and 34% from cycle 1 to cycle 5.

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    Adina Negrea, Maria Mihailescu, Giannin Mosoarca, Mihaela Ciopec, Narcis Duteanu, Petru Negrea, Vasile Minzatu. Estimation on Fixed-Bed Column Parameters of Breakthrough Behaviors for Gold Recovery by Adsorption onto Modified/Functionalized Amberlite XAD7. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2020 Sep 20;17(18)

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    PMID: 32962235

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