Influence of dissolved organic matter components on arsenate adsorption/desorption by TiO.

Author(s) Ren, M.; Qu, G.; Li, H.; Ning, P.
Journal J Hazard Mater
Date Published 2019 Oct 15
Abstract

The influences of different dissolved organic matter (DOM) components and ionic matters on As(V) adsorption/desorption behavior on the TiO surface were investigated. The results demonstrated that the characteristics and involving order of DOM significantly affected the As(V) adsorption/desorption behavior. The presence of DOM decreased the As(V) adsorption quantity. Fulvic acid (FA) exhibited the most negative effect, and followed by the order of alginate ≈ BSA > SDBS. The precomplexation DOM prevented more As(V) adsorption. While, the presence of DOM caused more As(V) release when the surrounding changed and FA exhibited the strongest effect. The results indicated that the site competition and electrostatic repulsion were the major mechanisms to resist As(V) adsorption. The presence of Fe and Ca increased As(V) adsorption by bridge effect, while PO and CO decreased As(V) adsorption owing to the competition.

DOI 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2019.120780
ISSN 1873-3336
Citation Ren M, Qu G, Li H, Ning P. Influence of dissolved organic matter components on arsenate adsorption/desorption by TiO. J Hazard Mater. 2019;378:120780.

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