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dc.contributor.authorDzyazko, Yuliya Serhiivna-
dc.contributor.authorPerlova, Natalya O.-
dc.contributor.authorPerlova, Olha V.-
dc.contributor.authorVolfkovich, Yurii Myronovich-
dc.contributor.authorTrachevskii, Vladimir Vasylevych-
dc.contributor.authorSosenkin, Valentin Evseevich-
dc.contributor.authorPalchik, Alexey V.-
dc.contributor.authorSazonova, Valentyna F.-
dc.contributor.authorПерлова, Ольга Вікторівна-
dc.contributor.authorПерлова, Ольга Викторовна-
dc.contributor.authorСазонова, Валентина Федорівна-
dc.contributor.authorСазонова, Валентина Федоровна-
dc.identifier.citationDesalination for the environment: clean water and energy, 22–26 May 2016, Marriott Park Hotel, Rome, Italy: abstracts / European desalination society, Universita' campus bio-medico di Roma . – Rome, 2016 . – 319
dc.description.abstractOrganic-inorganic materials based on gel-like strongly acidic resin containing zirconium hydrophosphate have been synthesized. The synthesis method allows us to control purposefully composition of the inorganic constituent as well as a size of incorporated particles (up to 0.2–1 mm), which consist of nanoparticles (10–20 nm). Fractal analysis of SEM and TEM images of the composites gives fractal dimension of the aggregates of ≈2.5. Thus, the DLA model can be applied to the particle formation indicating diffusion of the nanoparticles as a rate-determining stage of zirconium hydrophosphate precipitation inside the
dc.subjectorganic-inorganic ion-exchangeruk
dc.subjectcations from wateruk
dc.subjectzirconium hydrophosphateuk
dc.titleOrganic-inorganic ion-exchanger containing zirconium hydrophosphate for removal of UO2+/2 cations from wateruk
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