This text introduces a special class of polymeric ligand exchanger (PLE) with high affinities for anionic ligands. Volume 14 discusses the potential and advantages of micro- and nanofiltration membrane processes for removal of metals; details prevailing equilibrium relationships and supporting experimental data for systems where leaching and ion exchange take place simultaneously; covers cases of uranium cation and gold cyanide anion bisorption and modelling of engineered systems.
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Polymer-supported reagents - the role of bifunctionality in the design of ion-selective complexants; recovery of valuable species from dissolving solids using ion exchange; polymeric ligand-based functionalized materials and membranes for ion exchange; biosorption of metal cations and anions; synthesis and application of functionalized organo-ceramic selective adsorbents; environmental separation through polymeric ligand exchange; imprinted metal-selective ion exchanger; synthesis and characterization of a new class of hybrid inorganic sorbents for heavy metals removal.
Arup K. Sengupta, Yizhak Marcus