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Barbora Urminská, Ján Derco, Ronald Zakhar and Adriana Korpicsová

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Michal Melicher, Ján Derco, Lenka Sumegová and Miloslav Drtil

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W. Ćwikła-Bundyra

przydatności, Gospodarka surowcami mineralnymi , 23, 3 (2007) (in Polish). Y. Traa, B. Burger, J. Weitcamp, Micropor. Macropor. Mater. , 30, 3 (2000). P. A. Jacobs, Zeolite chemistry and catalysis , Amsterdam - Oxford - New York, Elsevier, (1991). M. Iwamoto, Studies in surface science and catalysis: Future opportunities in catalytic and separation technology , eds. M. Misono, Y. Morooka, S. Kimura, Elsevier, Amsterdam 121 (1990). R. Moreno-Tost, J. Santamaria

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J. Burlakovs, M. Klavins and A. Karklina

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Mária Valičková, Ján Derco and Katarína Šimovičová

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The paper is focused on the removal of selected priority hazardous substances. Five chlorinated pesticides, i.e. hexachlorobenzene (HCHB), hexachlorobutadiene (HCHBD), lindane (LIN), pentachlorobenzene (PCHB) and heptachlor (HCH) were selected as model pollutants. Higher volatility is characteristic for these substances. Adsorption of these pollutants on granular activated carbon (GAC), zeolite (Zeo) and activated sludge (AS) was investigated. The effect of contact time on the removal efficiency of studied substances was investigated. From results of the work it follows that the highest removal efficiency of studied substances was achieved by the adsorption on activated sludge. This was followed by adsorption efficiency on zeolite. The lowest removal efficiency was measured for adsorption on granular activated carbon.

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Selvakumar Dineshkumar, Ganesamoorthi Thirunarayanan, Perumal Mayavel and Inbasekaran Muthuvel

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Zeolite Y clay modified copper nitrate catalyst was prepared. The obtained catalyst was analyzed by SEM, EDS, and powder XRD techniques. The zeolite Y clay modified copper nitrate catalyst was used for the synthesis of various substituted mesalazine by sulfonylation. The synthesized sulfonamides have been characterized by GC-MS, IR, 1H, 13C and HSQC NMR techniques. The yield percentages of sulfonamides are more than 85%.

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A. Puziy, O. Poddubnaya, B. Gawdzik, M. Sobiesiak, C. Reinish, M. Tsyba, T. Segeda and M. Danylenko

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Raluca Proscanu, Vasile Matei, Rodica Ganea, George Proscanu and Chol Ryong Jang

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Lenka Sumegová, Ján Derco and Michal Melicher

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This paper is focused on the influence of granulated activated carbon (GAC) and zeolite as catalysts as well as influences of temperature and pH on the ozonation process. From obtained results it can be concluded that the addition of granulated activated carbon and zeolite to model wastewater has a positive effect on the efficiency and degradation rate of methylene blue oxidation with ozone. The highest oxidation efficiency was observed in the alkaline pH range for which radical reaction mechanism of ozone is characteristic. From the results obtained during the study of the effect of temperature on the ozonation process it follows that both the efficiency and the rate of oxidation of methylene blue grow with increasing temperature.

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Z. Hubicki, M. Majdan, M. Gęca, A. Gładysz-Płaska, D. Kołodyńska, M. Makarska-Białokoz, M. Wawrzkiewicz, A. Wołowicz and G. Wójcik

Selected aspect in the separation of inorganic and organic species on ion exchangers and sorbents of various types

In the paper the example papers from the Department of Inorganic Chemistry are presented. They are connected with the research of sorption and separation of inorganic and organic species on ion exchangers and sorbents of various types are presented. The main subjects include physicochemical studies of metal ions removal on anion exchangers, chelating and modified ion exchangers as well as zeolites, sorption and separation of rare earth elements, recovery of noble metal particularly from chloride solutions by ion exchange or extraction method, application of the anion exchangers of various types in dyes removal from aqueous solutions and wastewaters and chemistry of porphyrins in the aspect of environmental protection.