Sorption of humic substances on a weakly basic anion-exchange resin: Relationship with the adsorbate structure. Pankratov D.A., Anuchina M.M., Borisova E.M., Volikov A.B., Konstantinov A.I., Perminova I.V. //Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 2017. V.91. №6. P.1109-1115.
Adsorption of a broad range of humic substances (HS) of different origins and fractional compositions on a macroporous weakly basic anion-exchange resin is studied. It is found that the nature of the humic substances has a substantial effect on both the efficiency of sorption and the mechanism of interaction with the adsorbent. The dependence of the determined thermodynamic parameters of sorption on the humic substances origin, composition, and structure is shown for a broad range of humic substances. It is concluded that the results can be used to predict the sorption properties of weakly basic anion-exchange resins with respect to humic substances of known origin and structural group composition.
Synthesis of nanohydroxyapatite in the presence of iron (III) ions. Severin A.V., Pankratov D.A. //Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry. 2016. V.61. №3. P.265-272.
The effect of small amounts of iron (III) ions on the morphology, phase composition, and structure of the products of the hydroxyapatite (HAP) synthesis has been studied by electron microscopy, X-ray powder diffraction, and Mossbauer spectroscopy methods. It has been demonstrated that the introduction of dopant iron (III) ions into the reaction mixture at different stages of HAP formation makes it possible to control crystal growth, morphology, and phase composition. The iron ions are not incorporated into the HAP crystal structure; rather, they form their proper nanophase, as well as adsorption clusters on the HAP surface.