Synthetic Sorbent Materials Based on Metal Sulphides and Oxides focuses on development of inorganic nanomaterials for removal of metallic species from the aqueous environment. General synthetic methods to prepare such materials are lacking. This book investigates problems of controlled synthesis of these materials and the effect of their morphological characteristics on their sorption capacity.
Synthesizes experimental data on the synthesis of micro- and nanoparticles of zinc, copper, and cadmium sulfides, iron oxides, and manganese oxyhydroxide.
Discusses controlled synthesis of zinc, cadmium, and copper sulfide particles and their sorption properties.
Describes production of iron oxides (hematite and magnetite) and manganese oxyhydroxide particles.
Features numerous SEM images of the obtained nanostructures and original graphs of various characteristics.
Offers practical recommendations.
This book is of interest to researchers and scientists working with inorganic synthesis and properties of sorption materials.