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A preparation method for the treatment of Cr(VI) composite adsorbent Ca-AC
College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Guilin University of Technology, 541004 Guilin, China
2 Guangxi Colleges and Universities Key Laboratory of Heavy Metal Pollution Prevention Theory and Technology, 541004 Guilin, China
3 3Shenzhen Shenshui Water Resources Consulting Co, LTD, 518003 Shenzhen, China
4 4Guangxi Eco-engineering Vocational and Technical College, 545005 Liuzhou, China
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The effects of weight ratio of Eucalyptus and CaCl2, carbonization temperature and carbonization time on the composite adsorbent (Ca-AC) were studied. The best conditions for composite adsorbent (Ca-AC) were obtained: the weight ratio of CaCl2 to the eucalyptus sawdust was 2:1; the carbonization temperature was 650 °C; the carbonization time was 80 min. The Ca-AC yield reached 28.88%; the Cr(VI) adsorption value was 131.03 mg±g-1. The morphology and structure of the adsorbents were characterized. The results showed that the specific surface area of Ca-AC can reach 713 m2±g-1. The carboxyl, hydroxyl, lactones groups and amino could be determined on the activated carbon surface.
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