Graphene-Diatom Silica Aerogels for Efficient Removal of Mercury Ions from Water.

@article{Kabiri2015GrapheneDiatomSA,
  title={Graphene-Diatom Silica Aerogels for Efficient Removal of Mercury Ions from Water.},
  author={Shervin Kabiri and Diana N H Tran and Sara Azari and Dusan Losic},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2015},
  volume={7 22},
  pages={11815-23}
}
A simple synthetic approach for the preparation of graphene-diatom silica composites in the form of self-assembled aerogels with three-dimensional networks from natural graphite and diatomite rocks is demonstrated for the first time. Their adsorption performance for the removal of mercury from water was studied as a function of contact time, solution pH, and mercury concentration to optimize the reaction conditions. The adsorption isotherm of mercury fitted well with the Langmuir model… CONTINUE READING

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