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Cover Image, Volume 134, Issue 46

Cover Image, Volume 134, Issue 46
The cover from the research of Shufeng Ye and colleagues shows a scanning electron microscope image of an adsorbent Al-PAM-DTC. The Al-PAM-DTC was in the form of flocks and each plane surface seemed to be relatively smooth. The Al-PAM-DTC was obtained by grafting dithiocarbamate onto a “star-like” polymer Al(OH)3-polyacrylamide. Al(OH)3 acted as a core, connecting several PAM side chains as arms. The “starlike” structure was beneficial for easy access of the active adsorption sites in PAM-DTC chains by metal ions, contributing to the high adsorption capacity of Al-PAM-DTC for Cu2+ and Pb2+. (DOI: 10.1002/app.45431).

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/app.45700

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