ADSORPTION OF SOME ORGANIC COMPOUNDS ON THE NEW NATURAL BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCE SHUNLITE

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Abstract

The adsorption of phenol, methylene blue, cyanocobalamin, and bovine serum albumin from aqueous solutions (modeling the stomach and duodenum environment) on the new natural biologically active substance shunlite has been studied. The sorption capacity of shunlite for these substances increases in the order bovine serum albumin < phenol < cyanocobalamin < methylene blue. Sorption isotherms are presented. Conclusions about its mechanisms are made.

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