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J. of Nuclear Sci. and Tech.
 5020-141388 
No. 50, pp. 14-20, 2010
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Preparation of Polyvinyl Alcohol Absorbent films: Comparison of Radiation and Chemical Crosslinked Films
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Radiation Application Research School, Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute, AEOI, P.O. Box: 11365-3486, Tehran-Iran
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Polymeric absorbents are extensively used in the separation systems. In this paper, thepreparation and characterization of a polymeric absorbent is considered.
 
For this purpose Polyvinylalcohol (PVA) films were prepared and then crosslinked by radiation method using gamma-ray andchemical methods by the use of Glutaraldehyde solution. In the chemical method, the reaction with andwithout sulphuric acid and in the radiation method the reaction in dry and also aqueous media containingacid were carried out. The gel content, water uptake and tensile properties were measured for all samples.The results showed that the radiation method in aqueous media containing acid led to the maximum gelformation. In addition, the radiation method led to the formation of films with more flexibility. Nickeland Manganese adsorptions were measured on the crosslinked films, which were obtained by theradiation and chemical methods. These measurements were made as a function of pH and also theconcentration of metal ion in the solution. The maximum metal adsorption was found at pH=7. Inaddition, with increasing the metal ion concentration the amount of ion adsorption was increased. Ingeneral, our studies showed that an absorbent which is prepared by the radiation method is suitable forwater adsorption and another formed by the chemical method is desirable in ion adsorption processes.
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Polyvinyl Alcohol, Radiation Crosslinking, Chemical Crosslinking, Mechanical  Properties, Metal Ion Adsorption
 
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