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Combinatorial cation exchange for the discovery and rational synthesis of heterostructured nanorods

To satisfy a variety of applications, targeted synthesis of heterostructured nanomaterials is required, and the consistent layout of such nanomaterials is critical. Product assortment for combinatorial heterostructure discovery has been maximized by now, cation exchange reactions have been developed. Precisely engineering heterostructured nanoparticles that incorporate various components in particular configurations necessitates specific design guidelines and synthetic tools. Many heterostructured metal sulfide products form simultaneously by inserting copper sulfide nanorods into mixtures of cations under intentionally unoptimized conditions, enhancing product variety.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s44160-022-00203-4


Multi-cation exchanges involved in cesium and potassium sorption mechanisms on vermiculite and micaceous structures

In batch experiments with Ca2+, Mg2+, and K+, we found the bioavailability of Cs+ in soils resulting from multi-cation exchanges. To determine the bioavailability of Cs+ in soils resulting from multi-cation exchanges. Concentrations of Cs+ were investigated as a result of a sequence between a vermiculite and various micaceous structures. Constructing a vermiculite crystal in various amounts of K. Competing cation exchanges were investigated as a result of Cs+ concentration. Application of various concentrations of K+ on Cs-doped vermiculite and micaceous structures is investigated by investigating the effect of K+ desorption on trace Cs+ desorption. As long as the clay interlayer space remains open to Ca 2+, it is exchangeable. The external sorption sites are now particularly important in Cs sorption once K+ and/or Cs+ collapse the interlayer space. As Cs+ desorbs, Mg2+ is extruded from the interlayer space by Cs+ and K+ adsorption, which has been barred from short-interlayer space and replaced by Ca2+ as Cs+ desorbs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22321-4


Effects of oxygen content on gaseous and solid products during molten salt oxidation of cation exchange resins

Molten salt oxidation is a popular method for waste resin removal; however, study into resin species variations under varying stoichiometric air feed coefficients is limited. During the oxidation of CERs, the MSO of CERs, and the theoretical analysis, Fact Sage was used to determine the oxidation products of cation exchange resins at various temperatures and u03b1, focusing on the similarities and differences within the formulations of CO, CH_4, CO_2, and SO_2. The actual values of CERs are quite different, according to the results, although the carbon content of CERs during MSO is near to the calculated values. The SO_2 content was reduced from 0. 6 percent in the process of CERs conversion to 0. 8 percent in MSO of CERs, according to the gas chromatograph results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-24762-3

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