POLYPHINYLCHLORIDE WAS MODIFIED BY POLYETHYLENE POLYAMINE, AND THE IONITIS IN STATIC CONDITIONS OF COPPER (II), NICKEL (II) AND COBALT (II) IONS THEIR SORPTION FEATURES
Polyphinylchloride was modified by polyethylene polyamine, and the ionitis was studied in static conditions by the artificial solution of copper (II), nickel (II) and cobalt (II) ions. In static conditions, factors affecting the sorption process, such as time dependence, temperature and concentration dependence, were investigated. The IQ spectroscopic, elemental analysis, thermal analysis and analytical methods have proven the chemical structure of anionite and polycomplexone based on plivinyl chloride, which have been shown to be thermally and chemically stable.
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Ismoilova, K.M; Bekchanov, D.J; Rajabov, E.B; and Juraev, M.M
"POLYPHINYLCHLORIDE WAS MODIFIED BY POLYETHYLENE POLYAMINE, AND THE IONITIS IN STATIC CONDITIONS OF COPPER (II), NICKEL (II) AND COBALT (II) IONS THEIR SORPTION FEATURES,"
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