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mSystems ◽  
2022 ◽  
Hengyi Li ◽  
Changsheng Zhang ◽  
Xi Chen ◽  
Hantian You ◽  
Luhua Lai

Cadmium pollution is one of the major environmental problems due to excessive release and accumulation. New technologies that can auto-detect cadmium ions with good biocompatibility are in urgent need.

2022 ◽  
Jialin Ma ◽  
yuwei dong ◽  
Zhou Yu ◽  
Yan Wu ◽  
Zhen Zhao

A new fluorescent probe based on pyridine Schiff base (2-(pyridine-2-ylmethylene)phenoxyaniline, PMPA) working with PET mechanism and chelation enhanced fluorescence (CHEF) was designed and synthesized for the selective detection of cadmium...

Yu-Ting Tai ◽  
Shing-Hsien Chou ◽  
Chia-Yun Cheng ◽  
Chien-Te Ho ◽  
Hung-Chen Lin ◽  

2021 ◽  
Vol 8 (3) ◽  
Yousra Mohamed ◽  
Waleed M. Abood ◽  
Faten Hameed Kamil ◽  
Zuhair Khedair

The research aims to use eggshells (ES) as civilian residues in the process of removing cadmium ions and reactive red dye according to international standards limits. Synthetic solutions were prepared for cadmium ions and reactive red dye using 0.2 g non-calcined and calcined ES at various temperatures (25, 250, 500, 750, and 1000 ℃) as an adsorbent.  The result showed the removal of cadmium ion was (60, 100%) for non-calcined and calcined ES, respectively, with the initial concentration of cd2+ (10 ppm). The removal of reactive red dye was (18.5, 98%) using non-calcined and calcined ES, respectively, at a concentration of red dye (50 ppm). The best removal time was 90 min.  XRD and FTIR spectroscopy were performed and the results were identical to the main components of ES and changed with temperature increasing due to dissolution of calcium carbonate (CaCO3).

Baoying Wang ◽  
Jingming Lan ◽  
Junli Pu ◽  
Xiu Liu ◽  
Bonglin Gong

Abstract The objective of this work was to study the treatment of waste water containing cadmium ions (Cd2+). Activated carbon (AC) was modified with potassium hydroxide (KOH) and polyethylene polyamine (PEPA). The structure and morphology of the modified AC was characterized. The effect of pH on adsorption was investigated, and the binary competitive adsorption and the reusability of the modified AC were studied. Subsequently the modified AC was used as an adsorbent for the removal of Cd2+ from wastewater. The adsorption capacity of optimized modified AC was 9.7 times that of unmodified AC. Kinetic adsorption curves were in accordance with pseudo-second-order kinetics, and the isothermal curves were in accordance with the Langmuir equation. The results indicate that the AC has a potential in the treatment of the waste water containing Cd2+ discharged from chemical plants during battery manufacturing.

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