Preparation of cation exchanger from lemon and sorption of divalent heavy metals.

@article{Arslanoglu2008PreparationOC,
  title={Preparation of cation exchanger from lemon and sorption of divalent heavy metals.},
  author={Hasan Arslanoglu and H Soner Altundogan and Fikret Tumen},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={99 7},
  pages={
          2699-705
        }
}
A cation exchanging material was developed from lemon by modifying the pectic-cellulosic substances in the lemon peel by lemon juice having citric acid. For this purpose, chopped lemon removed from seeds and yellow skin was heated in two stages, firstly at 50 degrees C for 24h and subsequently at 120 degrees C for 2h. The material obtained was ground, repeatedly washed with water and dried. Lemon peel and lemon resin obtained were characterized through physicochemical analyses and FTIR… CONTINUE READING
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