2021
DOI: 10.3390/su13052997 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Industrial wastewater has brought huge disasters to water resources and soil and has seriously affected the growth of animals and plants. There is an urgent need for a green and efficient adsorbent to solve the problem of water pollution. Sodium lignosulfonate and chitosan undergo free radical polymerization to form a lignin/chitosan adsorbent, which is used to treat Pb2+ in water pollution. An orthogonal experiment was used to optimize the content of sodium lignosulfonate, chitosan, cross-linking agent and in… Show more

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“…Composite gels based on polyelectrolytes represent a class of composite soft materials consisting of hydrophilic charged/uncharged chains that absorb a high content of water (>95%) [133]. These low cost and high efficient 3D-dimensional networks are based on polyelectrolytes of different types: (i) synthetic, such as: PEI [36,92], PAH [93,118], PAA [38], PAMPS [106,118,119], or (ii) natural, like the following: CS [30,[32][33][34]38,39], modified CS [37,84,85], SA [33,70,73], modified SA [72], modified cellulose [104]. Many studies reported the incorporation of organic/inorganic entities into the gel structure, including GO [70,73], Fe 3 O 4 [36,106], SiO 2 [113], zeolites [30,32], clays [72].…”
Section: Composite Gels (Hydrogels Monolith Cryogels Sponges)mentioning
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“…Composite gels based on polyelectrolytes represent a class of composite soft materials consisting of hydrophilic charged/uncharged chains that absorb a high content of water (>95%) [133]. These low cost and high efficient 3D-dimensional networks are based on polyelectrolytes of different types: (i) synthetic, such as: PEI [36,92], PAH [93,118], PAA [38], PAMPS [106,118,119], or (ii) natural, like the following: CS [30,[32][33][34]38,39], modified CS [37,84,85], SA [33,70,73], modified SA [72], modified cellulose [104]. Many studies reported the incorporation of organic/inorganic entities into the gel structure, including GO [70,73], Fe 3 O 4 [36,106], SiO 2 [113], zeolites [30,32], clays [72].…”
Section: Composite Gels (Hydrogels Monolith Cryogels Sponges)mentioning