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Fluctuations in the curve are caused by stops and starts in the feed flow. 6k Volume Eluted, mL Figure 8. Plutonium Elution Curve for Small Column Adsorption Capacity Test The required size of the process bone char columns for PFP wastewater can be estimated from adsorption rate measurements. Values of C/Co are plotted in Figure 9 for the 26 mL bone char columns as a function of residence time. 2 χ 10" μΟ/L is the drinking water standard. In Figure 9 this C/Co value corresponds to a column residencetimeof about two minutes.
1 M NaOH for the second one. Other experimental details are reported in (6). The result of a typical test are sumarized in Table IV. The results show that the two modules were very effective in reducing die U(VI) and Tc(VII) concentrations by about three and two orders of magnitude, respectively. The limited success with NO3 is due to the fact that thesetestswere performed before the final choice of the best carrier for nitrates was made. 2 M Amberlite LA-II solution as liquid membrane in the second module would have led to much better results for the removal of nitrates.
However, much of the wastewater will have a pH less than 6. The small particle size of these particular adsorbents would also limit wastewater flow through large wastewater treatment columns. Plutonium distribution coefficients for adsorption on bone char are quite high, but reach a maximum at about pH 8 (Figure 2). The major component of bone char, Ca3(P03)2, buffered the wastewater solution so that it was not possible to achieve a pH of less than 7. Interestingly, the pH of maximum adsorption is the same as the minimum solubility of beta-tricalcium phosphate (13), the major component of bone char.