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1. Carboxymethyl chitosan-conjugated Fe3O4 nanoparticles, CMCS-MNPs, were synthesized.
2. CMCS-MNPs are an effective sorbent for the removal of Pb(II) from solution.
3. A sorbent effect (C s-effect) was observed for Pb(II) sorption on the CMCS-MNPs.
4. The C s-effect could be described using the Langmuir-SCA and Freundlich-SCA models.
5. The pH, electrolyte, and temperature had no obvious influence on the C s-effect.
6. Pb(II) sorption on the CMCS-MNPs is spontaneous and exothermic in nature.
Carboxymethyl chitosan (CMCS)-conjugated magnetite (Fe3O4) nanoparticles (MNPs), which are denoted as CMCS-MNPs, were synthesized by covalently binding CMCS onto the surface of the MNPs via carbodiimide activation in a paraffin-acetic acid medium. The CMCS-MNPs exhibited a high level of CMCS binding (∼24.7 wt.%) and a spherical morphology with a mean diameter of 15 nm. In particular, they showed good water dispersity and a strong magnetic response. The sorption of Pb(II) on the CMCS-MNPs in aqueous solutions at different sorbent dosages (C s), pH, electrolyte (NaNO3) concentrations (C NaNO3), and temperatures (T) was investigated. The CMCS-MNPs showed high sorption capacity for Pb(II). The equilibrium amount increased with increasing pH but decreased with increasing C NaNO3 or T. In addition, a significant C s-effect was observed in the sorption equilibria. Two C s-dependent models, the Langmuir-SCA and Freundlich-SCA isotherms that were derived from a surface component activity (SCA) model, could describe the C s-effect observed. The changes in pH, C NaNO3, and T have no obvious influence on the C s-effect. In addition, the changes in the thermodynamic parameters, ∆G°, ∆H°, and ∆S°, for sorption were estimated, showing that the sorption process is spontaneous and exothermic.
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