DESIGN A SYSTEM TO ADSORB THE SOLUBLE METALLIC IONS USING BIOMASS MATERIALS TO MAINTAIN THE SAFETY AND STABILITY OF THE SATURATED LIQUIDS

Abbas A. Karwi

Abstract


Researcher design an ionic system to adsorb ions from industrial water of companies and factories, system consisted of three integrated phases designed to test the efficiency of an unspecified number of residues of food as adsorb materials. We adsorb copper and cobalt ions, these ions are available at high rates in Al Musayab thermal station, high concentration of these ions pose a threat to the health of the       population.   In general, the presence of these ions in the proportions set by the World Health Organization, namely, (1mg/L) are very useful for the completion of the metabolic processes of the living cell, but a greater focus for this will lead to tremendous health risks. Testing processes proved that there is an exact match between empirical testes and typical results of (Freundlich and Langmuir) models, through the mathematical analysis of the trial data under different thermal conditions,  all testes proved that (husks of sunflower) is the best hypertext filtered materials for its high adsorption efficiency which equal to (71%) with enthalpy equal to (33KJ/mol), followed in the second place (peel peanuts), these peels proved have an excellent efficiency which equal to (72%) with enthalpy equal to (-14.8KJ/mol). In general, food remnants which have been selected for testing on an ion adsorption system designed by researcher have high capacity to adsorb various ionic roots of industrial water of Al-Musayab thermal station.

 http://dx.doi.org/10.30572/2018/kje/090106  


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