The sorption capacity of Japanese cedar wood powder (CWP) for the recovery of AuIII is studied by varying its morphology and the experimental conditions. The results show that CWP is a stable, “green” sorbent with a high capacity and selectivity and allows recovery by a dual mechanism of sorption and continuous reduction. The reduction process forms hexagonal and triangular gold particles of 2–5 μm (see figure).
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