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New Highly Effective Sorbent For Mercury
28.08.2006 00:52
New Highly Effective Sorbent For Mercury

Mercury salts, which are hazardous for human health, are often found in city wastewaters. A lot of free mercury contains in cars exhaust gases. That is why the issue of eliminating dangerous mercury compounds from the environment is burning.
      Scientists from Novosibirsk Institute of Inorganic Chemistry have developed a brand new carbon material, able to absorb mercury and other heavy metals, and is ten times more effective that widely known activated carbon.
      New sorbent is much more selective than its ancestor (towards some elements). The agent is also resistible, steady and able to recover its sorbing properties while working in various environments from acid to alkaline ones.
      New sorbents efficiency reaches 100%. Its chemical modification enables the agent to absorb many other hazardous metals.
      Source: Voice of Russia


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