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Porous cordierite-supported polyethyleneimine composites for nickel(II) and cadmium(II) ions removal

Obradović, Nina; Rusmirović, Jelena; Filipović, Suzana; Kosanović, Darko; Marinković, Aleksandar; Radić, Danka; Pavlović, Vladimir

(Desalination Publications, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Obradović, Nina
AU  - Rusmirović, Jelena
AU  - Filipović, Suzana
AU  - Kosanović, Darko
AU  - Marinković, Aleksandar
AU  - Radić, Danka
AU  - Pavlović, Vladimir
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10040
AB  - Industrial/technological growth is directly connected with environmental pollution, but its influence can be minimized through pollution abatement approaches such as the treatment of industrial wastewater. In this study, novel porous amine-functionalized silicate minerals, specifically, cordierite was investigated for the removal of toxic heavy metals from industrial wastewaters. Cordierite supports were synthesized by mixing MgO, Al2O3 , and SiO2 powders in 2:2:5 molar ratios, and mechanically activated via ball milling in ethanol for 10, 40, or 80 min. Pellets were sintered by heating in air at 20°C min-1 to 1,350°C, for 2 h. Porous supports were produced by coarsely crushing the sintered pellets and mixing the crushed and sieved cordierite powder with 20 wt.% of a pore-forming agent, either nanocellulose or yeast. The resulting pellets were sintered by heating at 5°C min-1 to 700°C in air. The synthetic cordierite support was modified by treatment in poly-ethylenimine. Activated supports were then tested for the removal of Ni2+ and Cd2+ ions. The phase composition of the cordierite supports was analyzed by the X-ray diffraction, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, and scanning electron microscopy. Analysis of adsorption isotherms, kinetics, and thermodynamic parameters indicated that adsorption was a spontaneous, endothermic process with a maximum adsorption capacity of 36 mg g-1 for Cd2+ and 43 mg g-1 for Ni2+. This work has shed light on the mechanism of heavy metal removal from the aquatic medium using the novel hybrid functionalized cordierite-based ceramic.
PB  - Desalination Publications
T2  - Desalination and Water Treatment
T1  - Porous cordierite-supported polyethyleneimine composites for nickel(II) and cadmium(II) ions removal
SP  - 283
EP  - 296
VL  - 192
DO  - 10.5004/dwt.2020.25736
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Obradović, Nina and Rusmirović, Jelena and Filipović, Suzana and Kosanović, Darko and Marinković, Aleksandar and Radić, Danka and Pavlović, Vladimir",
year = "2020",
url = "https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10040",
abstract = "Industrial/technological growth is directly connected with environmental pollution, but its influence can be minimized through pollution abatement approaches such as the treatment of industrial wastewater. In this study, novel porous amine-functionalized silicate minerals, specifically, cordierite was investigated for the removal of toxic heavy metals from industrial wastewaters. Cordierite supports were synthesized by mixing MgO, Al2O3 , and SiO2 powders in 2:2:5 molar ratios, and mechanically activated via ball milling in ethanol for 10, 40, or 80 min. Pellets were sintered by heating in air at 20°C min-1 to 1,350°C, for 2 h. Porous supports were produced by coarsely crushing the sintered pellets and mixing the crushed and sieved cordierite powder with 20 wt.% of a pore-forming agent, either nanocellulose or yeast. The resulting pellets were sintered by heating at 5°C min-1 to 700°C in air. The synthetic cordierite support was modified by treatment in poly-ethylenimine. Activated supports were then tested for the removal of Ni2+ and Cd2+ ions. The phase composition of the cordierite supports was analyzed by the X-ray diffraction, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, and scanning electron microscopy. Analysis of adsorption isotherms, kinetics, and thermodynamic parameters indicated that adsorption was a spontaneous, endothermic process with a maximum adsorption capacity of 36 mg g-1 for Cd2+ and 43 mg g-1 for Ni2+. This work has shed light on the mechanism of heavy metal removal from the aquatic medium using the novel hybrid functionalized cordierite-based ceramic.",
publisher = "Desalination Publications",
journal = "Desalination and Water Treatment",
title = "Porous cordierite-supported polyethyleneimine composites for nickel(II) and cadmium(II) ions removal",
pages = "283-296",
volume = "192",
doi = "10.5004/dwt.2020.25736"
}
Obradović, N., Rusmirović, J., Filipović, S., Kosanović, D., Marinković, A., Radić, D.,& Pavlović, V. (2020). Porous cordierite-supported polyethyleneimine composites for nickel(II) and cadmium(II) ions removal.
Desalination and Water TreatmentDesalination Publications., 192, 283-296.
https://doi.org/10.5004/dwt.2020.25736
Obradović N, Rusmirović J, Filipović S, Kosanović D, Marinković A, Radić D, Pavlović V. Porous cordierite-supported polyethyleneimine composites for nickel(II) and cadmium(II) ions removal. Desalination and Water Treatment. 2020;192:283-296
Obradović Nina, Rusmirović Jelena, Filipović Suzana, Kosanović Darko, Marinković Aleksandar, Radić Danka, Pavlović Vladimir, "Porous cordierite-supported polyethyleneimine composites for nickel(II) and cadmium(II) ions removal" 192 (2020):283-296,
https://doi.org/10.5004/dwt.2020.25736 .

Formation of porous wollastonite-based ceramics after sintering with yeast as the pore-forming agent

Obradović, Nina; Filipović, Suzana; Rusmirović, Jelena; Postole, Georgeta; Marinković, Aleksandar; Radić, Danka; Rakić, Vesna M.; Pavlović, Vladimir B.; Auroux, Aline

(Belgrade : International Institute for the Science of Sintering, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Obradović, Nina
AU  - Filipović, Suzana
AU  - Rusmirović, Jelena
AU  - Postole, Georgeta
AU  - Marinković, Aleksandar
AU  - Radić, Danka
AU  - Rakić, Vesna M.
AU  - Pavlović, Vladimir B.
AU  - Auroux, Aline
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/2384
AB  - In this paper, synthesis of porous wollastonite-based ceramics was reported. Ceramic precursor, methylhydrocyclosiloxane, together with micro-sized CaCO3, was used as starting material. After 20 min of ultrasound treatment, and calcination at 250 oC for 30 min, yeast as a pore-forming agent was added to the as-obtained powders. Sintering regime was set up based on the results obtained by differential thermal analysis. Prepared mixture was pressed into pallets and sintered at 900 oC for 1 h. After the sintering regime, porous wollastonite-based ceramics was obtained. The phase composition of the sintered samples as well as microstructures was analyzed by X-ray diffraction method and SEM. In a batch test, the influence of pH, contact time and initial ion concentration on adsorption efficiency of As+5, Cr+6, and phosphate ions on synthesized wollastonite-based ceramics were studied. Time-dependent adsorption was best described by pseudo-second-order kinetic model and Weber-Morris model that predicted intra-particle diffusion as a rate-controlling step of overall process. High adsorption capacities 39.97, 21.87, and 15.29 mgg-1 were obtained for As+5, Cr+6, and phosphate ions, respectively.
PB  - Belgrade : International Institute for the Science of Sintering
T2  - Science of Sintering
T1  - Formation of porous wollastonite-based ceramics after sintering with yeast as the pore-forming agent
SP  - 235
EP  - 246
VL  - 49
IS  - 3
DO  - 10.2298/SOS1703235O
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Obradović, Nina and Filipović, Suzana and Rusmirović, Jelena and Postole, Georgeta and Marinković, Aleksandar and Radić, Danka and Rakić, Vesna M. and Pavlović, Vladimir B. and Auroux, Aline",
year = "2017",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/2384",
abstract = "In this paper, synthesis of porous wollastonite-based ceramics was reported. Ceramic precursor, methylhydrocyclosiloxane, together with micro-sized CaCO3, was used as starting material. After 20 min of ultrasound treatment, and calcination at 250 oC for 30 min, yeast as a pore-forming agent was added to the as-obtained powders. Sintering regime was set up based on the results obtained by differential thermal analysis. Prepared mixture was pressed into pallets and sintered at 900 oC for 1 h. After the sintering regime, porous wollastonite-based ceramics was obtained. The phase composition of the sintered samples as well as microstructures was analyzed by X-ray diffraction method and SEM. In a batch test, the influence of pH, contact time and initial ion concentration on adsorption efficiency of As+5, Cr+6, and phosphate ions on synthesized wollastonite-based ceramics were studied. Time-dependent adsorption was best described by pseudo-second-order kinetic model and Weber-Morris model that predicted intra-particle diffusion as a rate-controlling step of overall process. High adsorption capacities 39.97, 21.87, and 15.29 mgg-1 were obtained for As+5, Cr+6, and phosphate ions, respectively.",
publisher = "Belgrade : International Institute for the Science of Sintering",
journal = "Science of Sintering",
title = "Formation of porous wollastonite-based ceramics after sintering with yeast as the pore-forming agent",
pages = "235-246",
volume = "49",
number = "3",
doi = "10.2298/SOS1703235O"
}
Obradović, N., Filipović, S., Rusmirović, J., Postole, G., Marinković, A., Radić, D., Rakić, V. M., Pavlović, V. B.,& Auroux, A. (2017). Formation of porous wollastonite-based ceramics after sintering with yeast as the pore-forming agent.
Science of SinteringBelgrade : International Institute for the Science of Sintering., 49(3), 235-246.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SOS1703235O
Obradović N, Filipović S, Rusmirović J, Postole G, Marinković A, Radić D, Rakić VM, Pavlović VB, Auroux A. Formation of porous wollastonite-based ceramics after sintering with yeast as the pore-forming agent. Science of Sintering. 2017;49(3):235-246
Obradović Nina, Filipović Suzana, Rusmirović Jelena, Postole Georgeta, Marinković Aleksandar, Radić Danka, Rakić Vesna M., Pavlović Vladimir B., Auroux Aline, "Formation of porous wollastonite-based ceramics after sintering with yeast as the pore-forming agent" 49, no. 3 (2017):235-246,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SOS1703235O .
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Preparation of cordierite-based adsorbents for water purification

Obradović, Nina; Kosanović, Darko; Filipović, Suzana; Rusmirović, Jelena; Marinković, Aleksandar D.; Radić, Danka; Pavlović, Vladimir B.

(Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society, 2017)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Obradović, Nina
AU  - Kosanović, Darko
AU  - Filipović, Suzana
AU  - Rusmirović, Jelena
AU  - Marinković, Aleksandar D.
AU  - Radić, Danka
AU  - Pavlović, Vladimir B.
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4776
AB  - In this study, porous cordierite-based ceramics was synthesized. In the first step, MgO, Al2O3, and SiO2 (all Aldrich, p.a.) were used. MgO and Al2O3 powders were calcined at 1000 oC for 2 h, in order to avoid hydroxides. They were mixed in 2:2:5 molar ratio, in order to form cordierite, Mg2Al4Si5O18. Ethanol was added to the mixture, and then milled in a Fritsch Pulverisette planetary mill, with 300 rpm, in air atmosfere. Times of activation were 0, 10, 40, and 80 min, while balls and vessels were made from ZrO2, and powder to balls mass ratio was 40:1. After milling, powders were dried, and then pressed under 3 t/cm2. Pallets with 8 mm radius were sintered in air at 1350 oC, for 2 h, heating rate was 20 oC/min. Sintered samples were crashed and sieved. In the secons step, the as-prepared cordierite was mixed with 20 wt.% yeast (0.1 g yeast + 0.4 g cordierite per sample). The other mixture was with 20 wt.% nanocellulose (0.1 g NC + 0.4 g cordierite per sample). Both mixtures were pressed into pallets under 5 t/cm2 and sintered at 700 oC, with 5 oC/min heating rate, in air atmosfere. During the second sintering regime, porous cordierite-based ceramics was obtained. The phase composition of the sintered samples as well as microstructures was analyzed by the means of X-ray diffraction method and SEM. Cordierite was the most abundant phase in all sintered samples. It was observed that addition of different pore-forming agent resulted in significantly different microstructures.
PB  - Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society
C3  - Program and the Book of Abstracts / Serbian Ceramic Society Conference Advanced Ceramics and Application VI: New Frontiers in Multifunctional Material Science and Processing, Serbia, Belgrade, September 18-20, 2017
T1  - Preparation of cordierite-based adsorbents for water purification
SP  - 71
EP  - 71
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Obradović, Nina and Kosanović, Darko and Filipović, Suzana and Rusmirović, Jelena and Marinković, Aleksandar D. and Radić, Danka and Pavlović, Vladimir B.",
year = "2017",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4776",
abstract = "In this study, porous cordierite-based ceramics was synthesized. In the first step, MgO, Al2O3, and SiO2 (all Aldrich, p.a.) were used. MgO and Al2O3 powders were calcined at 1000 oC for 2 h, in order to avoid hydroxides. They were mixed in 2:2:5 molar ratio, in order to form cordierite, Mg2Al4Si5O18. Ethanol was added to the mixture, and then milled in a Fritsch Pulverisette planetary mill, with 300 rpm, in air atmosfere. Times of activation were 0, 10, 40, and 80 min, while balls and vessels were made from ZrO2, and powder to balls mass ratio was 40:1. After milling, powders were dried, and then pressed under 3 t/cm2. Pallets with 8 mm radius were sintered in air at 1350 oC, for 2 h, heating rate was 20 oC/min. Sintered samples were crashed and sieved. In the secons step, the as-prepared cordierite was mixed with 20 wt.% yeast (0.1 g yeast + 0.4 g cordierite per sample). The other mixture was with 20 wt.% nanocellulose (0.1 g NC + 0.4 g cordierite per sample). Both mixtures were pressed into pallets under 5 t/cm2 and sintered at 700 oC, with 5 oC/min heating rate, in air atmosfere. During the second sintering regime, porous cordierite-based ceramics was obtained. The phase composition of the sintered samples as well as microstructures was analyzed by the means of X-ray diffraction method and SEM. Cordierite was the most abundant phase in all sintered samples. It was observed that addition of different pore-forming agent resulted in significantly different microstructures.",
publisher = "Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society",
journal = "Program and the Book of Abstracts / Serbian Ceramic Society Conference Advanced Ceramics and Application VI: New Frontiers in Multifunctional Material Science and Processing, Serbia, Belgrade, September 18-20, 2017",
title = "Preparation of cordierite-based adsorbents for water purification",
pages = "71-71"
}
Obradović, N., Kosanović, D., Filipović, S., Rusmirović, J., Marinković, A. D., Radić, D.,& Pavlović, V. B. (2017). Preparation of cordierite-based adsorbents for water purification.
Program and the Book of Abstracts / Serbian Ceramic Society Conference Advanced Ceramics and Application VI: New Frontiers in Multifunctional Material Science and Processing, Serbia, Belgrade, September 18-20, 2017Belgrade : Serbian Ceramic Society., 71-71.
Obradović N, Kosanović D, Filipović S, Rusmirović J, Marinković AD, Radić D, Pavlović VB. Preparation of cordierite-based adsorbents for water purification. Program and the Book of Abstracts / Serbian Ceramic Society Conference Advanced Ceramics and Application VI: New Frontiers in Multifunctional Material Science and Processing, Serbia, Belgrade, September 18-20, 2017. 2017;:71-71
Obradović Nina, Kosanović Darko, Filipović Suzana, Rusmirović Jelena, Marinković Aleksandar D., Radić Danka, Pavlović Vladimir B., "Preparation of cordierite-based adsorbents for water purification" (2017):71-71