Study of adsorption properties of functionalized nanodiamonds in aqueous solutions of metal salts using optical spectroscopy

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List of Authors: T.A. Dolenko, S.A. Burikov, K.A. Laptinskiy, T.V. Laptinskaya, J.M. Rosenholm, A.A. Shiryaev, A.R. Sabirov, I.I. Vlasov
Publisher: Elsevier
Publication year: 2014
Journal: Journal of Alloys and Compounds
Volume number: 586
Issue number: 1
Start page: S436
End page: S439


This paper presents results of a study of adsorption properties of the original (I6) and carboxyl-modified (I6COOH) detonation nanodiamonds (DNDs) dispersed in aqueous solutions, with respect to dissolved ions: Cu2+, Pb2+, View the MathML sourceNO3-. Application of complementary spectroscopic methods allows comparative analysis of the adsorption activity of DNDs in aqueous solutions of metal salts. It was shown that both types of functionalized NDs readily adsorb nitrate ions and metal cations, and the adsorption efficiency of I6COOH is approx. three times higher than that of I6. Hypothetic mechanism of nitrate and copper ions adsorption on NDs surface is proposed.

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