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Sorption of Fe{sup 3+} , Co{sup 2+} , Ce{sup 3+} , Cs{sup +} and Ba{sup 2+} in zeolite X.; Sorcion de Hierro (III), Cobalto (II), Cerio (III), Cesio (I), Bario (II) en Zeolita X.

Abstract

The sorption behavior of Fe{sup 3+} , Co{sup 2+} , Ce{sup 3+} , Cs{sup +} , and Ba{sup 2+} in aqueous solutions, was studied in presence of zeolite X. Solutions of Fe(NO{sub 3}){sub 3} . 9 H{sub 2} O, Co(NO{sub 3}){sub 2} . 6 H{sub 2} O, Ce(NO{sub 3}){sub 3} . 6 H{sub 2} O, Cs NO{sub 3} and Ba(NO{sub 3}){sub 2} were labelled with the respectively radioactive isotopes Fe{sup 59} , Co{sup 60}, Cs{sup 134}, Ba{sup 139} and Ce{sup 141}. 20 ml. of each solution was left in contact with 200 mg. of zeolite for different periods. Later the zeolites were separated by centrifugation from the aqueous solutions and the radioactivity of the aqueous phases was measured with a NaI(Tl) solid-state well detector coupled to a single-channel Picker analyzer or with a Gel hyper pure solid-state detector coupled to a 2048 channel pulse height analyzer. When Cs{sup +} in the aqueous solutions was left in contact with zeolite X it was found that it does not occupy all cationic sites in the zeolite due to the ionic radium effect. A similar behavior was found for the divalent ions. In all cases, when the pH was not controlled, the zeolite  More>>
Authors:
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1994
Product Type:
Thesis/Dissertation
Report Number:
INIS-mf-14585
Reference Number:
SCA: 400202; 400101; PA: AIX-26:069204; EDB-95:136903; ERA-20:030233; NTS-96:007107; SN: 95001471377
Resource Relation:
Other Information: TH: Thesis (M. in Sc.).; PBD: 1994
Subject:
40 CHEMISTRY; BARIUM 139; ION EXCHANGE; CERIUM 141; CESIUM 134; COBALT 60; IRON 59; ZEOLITES; SORPTION; NAI DETECTORS; NUCLEAR REACTION ANALYSIS; SEPARATION PROCESSES; TRIGA-3-SALAZAR REACTOR
OSTI ID:
110360
Research Organizations:
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico City (Mexico). Div. de Ciencias Basicas y Ingenieria
Country of Origin:
Mexico
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE96602478; TRN: MX9500003069204
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INIS; OSTI as DE96602478
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
56 p.
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Martinez M, V. Sorption of Fe{sup 3+} , Co{sup 2+} , Ce{sup 3+} , Cs{sup +} and Ba{sup 2+} in zeolite X.; Sorcion de Hierro (III), Cobalto (II), Cerio (III), Cesio (I), Bario (II) en Zeolita X.. Mexico: N. p., 1994. Web.
Martinez M, V. Sorption of Fe{sup 3+} , Co{sup 2+} , Ce{sup 3+} , Cs{sup +} and Ba{sup 2+} in zeolite X.; Sorcion de Hierro (III), Cobalto (II), Cerio (III), Cesio (I), Bario (II) en Zeolita X.. Mexico.
Martinez M, V. 1994. "Sorption of Fe{sup 3+} , Co{sup 2+} , Ce{sup 3+} , Cs{sup +} and Ba{sup 2+} in zeolite X.; Sorcion de Hierro (III), Cobalto (II), Cerio (III), Cesio (I), Bario (II) en Zeolita X." Mexico.
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title = {Sorption of Fe{sup 3+} , Co{sup 2+} , Ce{sup 3+} , Cs{sup +} and Ba{sup 2+} in zeolite X.; Sorcion de Hierro (III), Cobalto (II), Cerio (III), Cesio (I), Bario (II) en Zeolita X.}
author = {Martinez M, V}
abstractNote = {The sorption behavior of Fe{sup 3+} , Co{sup 2+} , Ce{sup 3+} , Cs{sup +} , and Ba{sup 2+} in aqueous solutions, was studied in presence of zeolite X. Solutions of Fe(NO{sub 3}){sub 3} . 9 H{sub 2} O, Co(NO{sub 3}){sub 2} . 6 H{sub 2} O, Ce(NO{sub 3}){sub 3} . 6 H{sub 2} O, Cs NO{sub 3} and Ba(NO{sub 3}){sub 2} were labelled with the respectively radioactive isotopes Fe{sup 59} , Co{sup 60}, Cs{sup 134}, Ba{sup 139} and Ce{sup 141}. 20 ml. of each solution was left in contact with 200 mg. of zeolite for different periods. Later the zeolites were separated by centrifugation from the aqueous solutions and the radioactivity of the aqueous phases was measured with a NaI(Tl) solid-state well detector coupled to a single-channel Picker analyzer or with a Gel hyper pure solid-state detector coupled to a 2048 channel pulse height analyzer. When Cs{sup +} in the aqueous solutions was left in contact with zeolite X it was found that it does not occupy all cationic sites in the zeolite due to the ionic radium effect. A similar behavior was found for the divalent ions. In all cases, when the pH was not controlled, the zeolite lost part of its crystallinity and when the divalent ions were exchanged again by Na{sup +}, the zeolite recovered completely its crystallinity. During the sorption, the ionic radius, and the charge are important parameters as well as the pH. When the pH of the solution was adjusted between 6.5 - 7.0 the crystallinity was maintained in some cases. For Fe{sup 3+} the crystallinity after the ion exchange was 94 % and when the pH was not adjusted the crystallinity was completely lost. It was found as well that the zeolite X induces the formation of H{sub 3} O{sup +} which competes with the cations for the sites in the zeolite. (Author).}
place = {Mexico}
year = {1994}
month = {Dec}
}