Highly efficient and selective recovery of Au(III) by a new metal-organic polymer.

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Summary of "Highly efficient and selective recovery of Au(III) by a new metal-organic polymer."

A metal-organic polymer with high water stability was successfully developed to efficiently recover Au(III) from aqueous solutions. This material shows excellent performance for the adsorption of Au(III). Nearly 100% of Au(III) could be removed with fast adsorption rate at low concentration solutions, and the maximum adsorption capacity of 1317 mg/g could be achieved. Significantly, the material shows encouraging selectivity toward Au(III) in the presence of competitive ions such as Cu(II), Ni(II), Zn(II), and Cd(II) in both batch and flow-through experiments. Additionally, the material could be regenerated effectively by thiourea with desorption ratio of almost 100%, and exhibits excellent reutilization without significant loss of adsorption capacity. The adsorption mechanism could be attributed to reduce Au(III) to Au(0) by the material. The material still exhibits excellent adsorption performance toward Au in real electronic waste (e-waste) solutions, providing a promising adsorbent for recycle of Au(III) from e-waste.


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Name: Journal of hazardous materials
ISSN: 1873-3336
Pages: 120844


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