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Title: Effect of competition from other metals on nickel complexation by α-isosaccharinic, gluconic and picolinic acids
Authors: Evans, Nicholas D.M.
Gascon, Silvia Anton
Vines, Sarah
Felipe-Sotelo, Monica
Keywords: Picolinic acid
Engineered barrier
Isosaccharinic acid
Gluconic acid
Radionuclide transport
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: © The Mineralogical Society
Citation: EVANS, N. ... et al., 2012. Effect of competition from other metals on nickel complexation by α-isosaccharinic, gluconic and picolinic acids. Mineralogical Magazine, 76 (8), pp. 3425 - 3434.
Abstract: The effect of competition from other metal ions on the complexation of Ni with isosaccharinic acid, gluconic acid and picolinic acid, at high pH, is described. The competing metal ions used were divalent Co, trivalent Eu and tetravalent Th. In the majority of cases, competition from these metal ions followed the predicted pattern, with most anomalies seeming to be caused by sorption of Ni to the many different solid phases formed in presence of the competing ions. The Ni solid phase was shown to change with time during the course of the study. No major unexplained competition effects were found.
Description: Closed access. This article was published in the journal, Mineralogical Magazine [© Mineralogical Society] and the definitive version is available on Ingenta Connect.
Version: Published
DOI: 10.1180/minmag.2012.076.8.55
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/12642
Publisher Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1180/minmag.2012.076.8.55
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