Cesium and Strontium Ion Exchange on the Framework Titanium Silicate M2Ti2O3SiO4·nH2O (M = H, Na)
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The ion exchange properties of the titanium silicate, M2Ti2O3SiO4.nH2O (M = H, Na), toward stable and radioactive 137Cs+ and 89Sr2+, have been examined. By studying the cesium and strontium uptake in the presence of NaNO3, CaCl2, NaOH, and HNO3 (in the range of 0.01-6 M) the sodium titanium silicate was found to be an efficient Cs+ ion exchanger in acid, neutral, and alkaline media and an efficient Sr2+ ion exchanger in neutral and alkaline media, which makes it promising for treatment of contaminated environmental media and biological systems.
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Solbrå, S., Allison, N., Waite, S., Mikhalovsky, S. V., Bortun, A. I., Bortun, L. N., & Clearfield, A.