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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
All personnel involved in materials & chemical
reactions, and radioactive solutions fields:
Researchers, Academics, Postgraduates Students,
Chemists, Chemical Engineers, Material Engineers,
Materials, Rare Earth Manufacturer, CEOs.
Needless to say, adsorption process is
unambiguously important for remediation of
contaminated water and soil by adsorbents. In
general, performance of the adsorbents has been
normally assessed by capacity of the adsorbents.
However, not only property of the adsorbents but also chemical speciation of the contaminants is definitely important for removal efficiency. The chemical speciation of the contaminants is definitely one of the most important factors. However, especially for material scientists, it is often forgetful factor. If you have to treat multi-valence and redox sensitive heavy metals and rare earths, their chemical speciation cannot be omitted because their chemical forms are
easily changed depending on several chemical factors such as pH, redox, dissolved carbonate and phosphate concentration and so on. Therefore, the material scientists in charge of remediation for contaminated water and soil should always consider the chemical speciation of target contaminants.
In this context, basis on chemical speciation for the remediation will be reviewed and our application and modeling works with careful consideration on chemical speciation for remediation of contaminated water will be introduced to the audiences in this talk.