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Use of Water-Soluble Polymers to an Environmental Application of Chemical Engineering: Treatment of Heavy-Metal Loaded Water Effluents (pp. 85-128) $100.00
Authors:  (Javier Llanos, Rafael Camarillo, Ángel Pérez, M. A. Rodrigo, Pablo Cañizares, Antonio de Lucas, Chemical Engineering Department, Faculty of Chemical Sciences, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain)
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During the last ten years, the Electrochemical Engineering and Membrane Technology group of the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) has worked on the treatment of water effluents contaminated with heavy-metal ions. The aim of this research line is the study of the stages of a heavy-metal selective recovery process, in which the concentration stage is carried out by polymer supported ultrafiltration (PSU). Amongst membrane technologies, polymer supported ultrafiltration is a technique used to separate metal ions from aqueous effluents. In this technique, the use of polymers is a key point as the first step of the process consists of a selective reaction between the target metal ions and a water-soluble polymer. These polymers should be chemically stable and should allow a strong and selective reaction with the metal ions of the target water. 


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