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Investigation of the removal and recovery of metal cations and anions from dilute aqueous solutions using polymer – surfactant aggregates

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Dilute metallic ion treatment (<10 mg/L) remains a challenge in water purification and resource recovery. A novel and inexpensive treatment process that employs polymer–surfactant aggregates (PSAs) has been developed and applied to remove and recover dilute metallic ions, such as Cr3+, Rh3+, Cd2+, Fe(CN)6 3- and CrO42-, from industrial process and effluent. At the heart of this process is a material tha...

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University of Oxford
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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