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The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) A-10-1-9-56e573f

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Atomic Energy Organization of Iran - AEOI Iran's Nuclear Program - Reports in Persian with some English. Note: Sources are from Western Publications. They have much of what they need from Western sources to create nuclear terror.
Atomic Energy Organization of Iran - AEOI Iran's Nuclear Program - Reports in Persian with some English. Note: Sources are from Western Publications. They have much of what they need from Western sources to create nuclear terror.

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J. of Nuclear Sci. and Tech.
 50 8-11388 
 No. 50, pp. 1-8, 2010
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Application of Two-Parameter and Three-Parameter Isotherm Modelsat Uranium Biosorption by Baker's Yeast
A. Keshtkar*
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1- Nuclear Fuel Cycle Research School, Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute, AEOI, P.O. Box: 11365-8486, Tehran-Iran2- Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Tehran University, P.O.Box: 11365-4563, Tehran - Iran
Abstract:
 
In this work, the ability of free and immobilized deactivated baker's yeast saccharomycescerevisiae to remove uranium ions was investigated using a batch biosorption procedure with respect tothe initial pH (3.0-6.0), contact time (24 h), initial ion concentration (50-400 mg/g) and presence of secondary ions (Cr (VI)). The removal of uranium was approximately 90% and 50% at lowconcentrations, whereas it was about 80% and 15% at high concentrations at an optimum pH of 5 and5.5, using 1 g/l of adsorbent in 24 h of equilibration time for immobilized and free baker's yeast,respectively. Experimental results at 30
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C indicated that the uptake capacity of uranium ions byimmobilized baker's yeast biomass on calcium alginate was reduced by the presence of secondary ions.The experimental data obtained at the optimum have been analyzed using two two-parameter models,Langmuir and Freundlich, and one three-parameter model, Redlich–Peterson. Taking into three statisticalerror functions, the data were best fitted to the Redlich–Peterson model. Using the Langmuir equation,the saturated monolayer sorption capacities of uranium ions onto immobilized and free baker's yeastwere 592.8 and 73 mg/g, respectively at 30
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 Keywords:
Uranium Biosorption, Baker's Yeast, Calcium Aliginate, Chromium (VI), Modeling, Equilibrium Isotherm
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