The Effect of Dissolved Ligands upon the Sorption of Cu(II) by Ca-Montmorillonite
Enhanced uptake of positively charged Cu-ligand complexes by ion-exchange.
Formation of ternary surface complexes involving surface aluminol groups.
Inhibited uptake due to competition between the surface ligands and the dissolved ligands for dissolved copper.
Key WordsAdsorption β-alanine Copper Ethylenediamine Malonic acid Modeling Montmorillonite
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