Comparative Characteristics of Polymethacrylic Acid Hydrogel Sorption Activity in Relation to Lanthanum Ions in Different Intergel Systems

Talkybek Jumadilov1, Zamira Malimbayeva2, Leila Yskak2, Oleg Suberlyak3, Ruslan Kondaurov1, Aldan Imangazy1, Laura Agibayeva4, Auez Akimov1, Khuangul Khimersen1, Akerke Zhuzbayeva1
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1 JSC «Institute of Chemical Sciences after A.B. Bekturov», 106, Sh. Valikhanov St., 050010 Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan; 2 Kazakh National Women’s Teacher Training University 99, Aiteke Bi St., 050000 Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan; 3 Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine 12, Bandera St., 79013 Lviv, Ukraine; 4 Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 71, Al-Farabi Ave, 050001Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan r-kondaurov@mai.ru
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https://doi.org/10.23939/chcht16.03.418
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Abstract: 
Phenomena of remote interaction in intergel systems polymethacrylic acid hydrogel – poly-4-vinylpyridine hydrogel (hPMAA-hP4VP) and polymethacrylic acid hydrogel – poly-2-methyl-5-vinylpyridine hydrogel (hPMAA-hP2M5VP) have been studied. It was found that there is a decrease of specific electric conductivity, pH and swelling degree of PMAA, P4VP, P2M5VP hydrogels during lanthanum ions sorption by the intergel systems. Significant increase of sorption properties (up to 30 %) in intergel systems comparatively with individual hydrogels of PMAA, P4VP, P2M5VP points to the fact of high ionization during mutual activation of the polymers. Maximum sorption of lanthanum ions occurs at the ratios of 17%hPMAA:83%hP4VP and 50%hPMAA:50%hP2M5VP. Data on obtained IR spectra evidence to the sorption of the rare-earth metal by these intergel systems. The obtained results show a significant importance of possible application of intregel systems based on rare-crosslinked polymer hydrogels of acid and basic nature for creation of new innovative sorption technologies in hydrometallurgy.
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