Natural Microporous Materials in Environmental Technology / Edition 1by P. Misaelides
The material included in this volume contains both fundamental aspects as well as novel applications of natural microporous materials. It is divided into thematic units. The first section deals with novel potential applications of clays and chemically modified forms in environmental technology. The second and third sections relate the utilisation of natural… See more details below
The material included in this volume contains both fundamental aspects as well as novel applications of natural microporous materials. It is divided into thematic units. The first section deals with novel potential applications of clays and chemically modified forms in environmental technology. The second and third sections relate the utilisation of natural zeolites and naturally occurring oxides, hydroxides and oxyhydroxides (a group of natural microporous materials with promising physicochemical properties that has not yet been completely investigated). The fourth section includes material that could not be classified in the other three.
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Clay Minerals.- Structure and Chemical Characteristics of Modified Clays.- Pillared Clays: Chemistry and Prospects.- Hg2+ Trapping by Thiol — Functionalised Mesoporous Silica Molecular Sieves.- The Use of Clays as Sorbents and Catalysts.- Contaminant Plume Management Utilising In Situ Organoclay Sorbent Zones.- Atomistic Computer Modelling of Chiral Pillared Clays.- Natural Microporous Materials of Central Slovakia.- Sorption and Leaching Properties of the Composites and Complexes of Natural Microporous Materials.- Experimental Study on the Formation of Heavy Metal Sulphides Using Layer Silicates: Environmental Aspects.- Diffusion of Radionuclides in Clay-Based Ceramics.- Natural Zeolites.- Zeoponic Substrates for Space Applications: Advances in the Use of Natural Zeolites for Plant Growth.- Natural Zeolites and Nuclear-Waste Management: The Case of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, USA.- Interaction of Actinides with Natural Microporous Materials.- Environmental Applications of Natural Zeolitic Materials Based on their Ion Exchange Properties.- Zeolitised Materials of the Mediterranean Area as Adsorbents for Environmental Protection.- Distribution of Industrial Minerals in Sardinia (Italy): Clinoptilolite Bearing Rocks of the Logudoro Region.- Application of Microporous Materials for the Recovery of Nutrients From Wastewaters.- Transition Metal Complexes Supported on Natural Zeolitic Materials: An Overview.- Heterogeneous Catalysis at Supercritical Conditions Using Microporous Materials. Environmental Advantages.- Properties of NaOH-Treated Slovak Zeolitic Tuff and its Sorption Ability Towards Some Cations.- Zeolites in Aquacultural Primary Production.- Sorption of Cadmium(II) and Nickel(II) on a Natural Zeolite Rich in Clinoptilolite.- Environmental Applications of Modified Natural Zeolites.- Romanian Volcanic Tuffs Exploitation in Environmental Protection.- Sorption of Heavy Metals and Radionuclides on Zeolites and Clays.- A Preliminary Study of Mercury Uptake by a Greek Zeoliferous Rock.- Natural Sorbents as Barriers against Migration of Radionuclides from Radioactive Waste Repositories.- Preparation of a Modified Adsorbent Based on Clinoptilolite and its Application for the Removal of Iron and Manganese Ions from Artesian Water.- Natural Microporous Oxides.- Metal Detachments from (Hydr)Oxide Mineral Surfaces. A Molecular View.- Using Magnetites to Remediate Heavy Metal Wastewaters from Acid-Mine Drainage.- Wastewater Treatment Technology Based on Iron Oxides.- Goethite Mineral as a Sorbent for Heavy Metal Ions.- Reversed-Phase Column Extraction Studies using a Standardised and Silanised Anatolian Perlite.- Characterisation of Natural Microporous Manganese Oxides: The Case of Todorokite.- Modelling Sorption of Metals From Aqueous Solution onto Mineral Particles: The Case of-Arsenic Ions and Goethite Ore.- Preparation of Granular Forms of Powdered Materials for their Application in Column Packed Beds.- The Molecular Layering Method as a Basis of Chemical Nanotechnology.- Other Natural Microporous Materials.- Natural Chitin Containing Materials for Colour Removal from Textile Wastewaters.- List of Participants.
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