Boron Adsorption Mechanisms on Oxides , Clay Minerals , and Soils Inferred from Ionic Strength Effects

@inproceedings{Goldberg2002BoronAM,
  title={Boron Adsorption Mechanisms on Oxides , Clay Minerals , and Soils Inferred from Ionic Strength Effects},
  author={Sabine Goldberg and H. S. Forster and E. L. Heick},
  year={2002}
}
Prediction of anion adsorption behavior is enhanced by understanding the adsorption mechanism. This study was conducted to evaluate ionic strength effects on B adsorption and to infer B adsorption mechanisms on various surfaces. Boron adsorption on the Fe oxide goethite, the Al oxide gibbsite, the clay minerals kaolinite and montmorillonite, and two arid-zone soils was investigated as a function of solution pH (3-11) and ionic strength of the background electrolyte (0.01-1.0 M NaCl). Boron… CONTINUE READING

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