The Influence of Chemical Modificate of Surface of Titanium Phosphate on its Ability to Sorb Strontium Ions From Aqueous Solutions

  • H. Vasylyeva Uzhgorod national university
  • M. Tsyba Institute of sorption and endoecology problem NAS of Ukraine
  • Yu. Kylivnyk Institute of sorption and endoecology problem NAS of Ukraine
  • V. Yakovlev Institute of sorption and endoecology problem NAS of Ukraine
Keywords: titanium phosphate, bremsstrahlung gamma rays, surface modificate

Abstract

The influence of chemical modificate of surface of titanium phosphate on its ability to sorb of strontium ions from aqueous solutions was investigated. The samples of titanium phosphate were modificated by NH4OH solution and irradiate by Bremsstrahlung gamma rays. It was shown, that phosphate titanium’s ability to sorb of strontium ions from aqueous solutions is increasing after modificated.

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Published
2019-11-11
How to Cite
VasylyevaH., TsybaM., KylivnykY., & YakovlevV. (2019). The Influence of Chemical Modificate of Surface of Titanium Phosphate on its Ability to Sorb Strontium Ions From Aqueous Solutions. Physics and Chemistry of Solid State, 17(4), 548-551. https://doi.org/10.15330/pcss.17.4.548-551
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Scientific articles