The multi-mechanisms and interlayer configurations of metoprolol uptake on montmorillonite

Zhaohui Li, Po Hsiang Chang, Wei-Teh Jiang, Jiin-Shuh Jean

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This study assessed the mechanisms using montmorillonite (MMT) for the uptake and removal of a β-blocker metoprolol (MTP) from aqueous solution. Uptake of MTP was fast and equilibrium could be reached in 15 min and 4 h under initial MTP tartrate concentrations of 800 and 4000 mg/L, respectively. The MTP uptake capacity was as high as 412 mg/g (corresponding to 1544 mmol/kg), suggesting that MMT was a good candidate for β-blocker removal. Equilibrium solution pH and ionic strength had strong influence on MTP uptake on MMT and MTP uptake was reduced under high pH and high ionic strength conditions. Desorption of exchangeable cations matched well with the amount of MTP uptake at low loading levels, suggesting cation exchange being responsible for the uptake of MTP. At higher MTP uptake levels, significant expansion of d 001 spacing was observed, confirming extensive intercalation and changes in interlayer configuration of MTP. The decomposition temperature of MTP intercalated into the MMT increased in comparison to that of crystalline MTP as revealed by thermogravimetric analyses. Band shift in FTIR analyses indicated that hydrogen bonding besides cation exchange and ion-dipole interaction was responsible for the high MTP loading levels.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)325-333
Number of pages9
JournalChemical Engineering Journal
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Mar 15

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Bentonite
Metoprolol
Clay minerals
montmorillonite
Positive ions
Ionic strength
ion exchange
Ion exchange
Intercalation
Desorption
desorption
Hydrogen bonds
spacing
Cations
aqueous solution
cation
hydrogen
decomposition
Crystalline materials
Decomposition

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  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Chemical Engineering(all)
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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