Layered titanate nanofibers can absorb bivalent ions from waste water via an ion exchange process. The sorption induces a considerable deformation of the layered structure, thus trapping the cations in the fibers permanently. Therefore, the fibers are desirable sorbents for the removal of toxic, radioactive Ra2+ and Sr2+ ions from water and subsequent safe disposal thereof.
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