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Dr. Farzet Bikić

Vol 3, No 5 (2023):

Journal of Sustainable Technologies and Materials

Published: 31.12.2023.

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31.12.2023. Original scientific paper
INVESTIGATION OF INHIBITORY EFFECT OF THE RASPBERRY FRUIT EXTRACT (Rubus idaeus L.) ON CORROSION OF COPPER IN 3% NaCl SOLUTION

By Dejana Kasapović, Fehim Korać, Farzet Bikić

31.12.2023. Original scientific paper
ADSORPTION OF Cu(II) IONS USING FOUNDRY WASTE

By Anita Štrkalj, Zoran Glavaš

31.12.2023. Original scientific paper
CALCULATION OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY FOR CRYSTALLINE NANOSTRUCTURES

By Siniša Vučenović, Jovan Šetrajčić

31.12.2023. Original scientific paper
CATECHOLASE ACTIVITY AND SUBSTITUENT EFFECT OF NEW HOMOLEPTIC COPPER(II) CHALCONE COMPLEXES

By Selma Hadžalić, Irnesa Osmanković, Adnan Zahirović

31.12.2023. Original scientific paper
TELLURIUM MICROALLOYING OF AUSTENITE STAINLESS STEEL X8CrNiS18-9

By Derviš Mujagić, Omer Beganović, Belma Fakić

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30.06.2023. Original scientific paper
REMOVAL OF HEAVY METALS FROM LANDFILL LEACH WATER USING PYROPHYLLITE AS ADSORBENT

By Jasmina Kustura, Belma Halilhodžić, Enita Kurtanović, Amra Čizmić, Kenan Kozlo, Adnan Teletović, Atif Hodžić, Muhamed Harbinja

Leachate water from sanitary landfills represents one of the most complex global environmental problems. This paper examines the possibility of using aluminosilicate material, pyrophyllite, from the Parsovići deposit, as an adsorbent. It was researched the influence of two granulations of pyrophyllite (0-53 μm and 0-100 μm) on the degree of adsorption of heavy metals (Fe, Ni, Mn) from leachate water from the municipal landfill "Desetine", Tuzla. The adsorption experiment was performed using the Batch method, depending on the contact time between the adsorbent and the adsorbate, the mixing speed, and the mass of the adsorbent, pyrophyllite, through two treatments. The results indicate a higher efficiency of the finer fraction of pyrophyllite, and in the competition of the three examined metals, iron is completely removed in the first treatment with both granulations and then nickel with finer granulation and manganese with coarser. After the first treatment, the unpleasant smell was removed, which is certainly a consequence of the removal of ammonia compounds as the most abundant compounds in leachate water. In these pioneering researches, pyrophyllite proved to be effective, and at the same time, it is a cheap, easily available, and environmentally friendly material for leachate water purification.

23.12.2021. Original scientific paper
WASTE SULFUR AS A PARTIAL FILLER REPLACEMENT IN SELF-PLACING CONCRETE

By Milica Vlahović, Aleksandar Savić, Sanja Martinović, Tatjana Volkov Husović

30.06.2023. Original scientific paper
INFLUENCE OF CURRENT DENSITY ON LEACHATE TREATMENT EFFICIENCY BY ELECTROCOAGULATION WITH ZEOLITE ADDITION

By Nediljjka Vukojević Medvidović, Ladisav Vrsalović, Sandra Svilović, Mirjana Cestarić

30.06.2022. Original scientific paper
EFFECT OF NANO-SILICA ADDITION ON PHYSICO-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND DURABILITY OF CONCRETE

By Adnan Mujkanovic, Anesa Bitić, Marina Jovanović, Nevzet Merdić, Amel Zahirović, Amna Karić

30.06.2023. Original scientific paper
EFFECT OF PARTICLE SHAPE AND SIZE OF COPPER POWDERS ON THE PROPERTIES OF SINTERED PARTS

By Ivana Marković, Stevan Trujić, Dragan manasijević, Ljubiša Balanović, Uroš Stamenković, Milijana Mitrović

The particle shape and size of the starting powders represent the most important physical properties, on which the quality of the compacts and final sintered products depends. Two types of powder were analyzed in the paper - electrolytic copper powder with a dendritic particle shape and water-atomized copper powder with an irregular particle shape. The starting powders were sieved through a sieve system with openings of 45 μm, 80 μm, and 120 μm. The characterization of the obtained fractions of both powders was performed by determining the shape and dimensions of the particles using SEM microscopy in combination with ImageJ software, and the apparent density and flow rate were determined using the Hall flowmeter funnel. Pressing of each powder fraction was done using a pressure of 600 MPa. The compacts were further sintered at 1000°C for 2 hours to obtain the final sintered parts. After sintering, their density, hardness, and electrical conductivity were determined and their microstructure was analyzed. The results indicate a great influence of the characteristics of the starting powders on the properties of the final parts obtained by the powder metallurgy route. The particle shape of the powders had a more pronounced influence compared to the particle size.

31.12.2022. Original scientific paper
COMPARISON OF ELECTROCOAGULATION COUPLED WITH SYNTHETIC ZEOLITE, ULTRASOUND AND TWO STEPS ELECTROCOAGULATION

By Nediljka Vukojević Medvidović, Ladislav Vrsalović, Sandra Svilović, Mirjana Cestarić

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