The present paper of the study of OOBAR as a new biosorbent which used for Mo(V) sorption was synthesis. Properties of OOBAR are were characterized by UV-Vis, FTIR, and bulk DC electrical conductivity. The sorption of Mo(V) onto OOBAR was studied to optimize the best conditions for the sorption process. The obtained data have been examined for kinetic, thermodynamic, and equilibrium situations. Mo was applied in many pharmaceutical and biological areas including tissue of lever mice, tap water, and vitamin drugs.
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The JASCO FTIR-4100 spectrometer in the 4000–400 cm-1 regions by using KBr disc (KBr pellet) was carried out the characterization of olive bio-alkyd resin. The remaining concentrations of Mo(V) were determined by using JASCO (V-630 UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, Japan). Bulk DC conductivity was established using Keithley, 6517B electrometer-high resistance meter after pressing OOBAR disk by a Hydraulic press at 12 tons. Dynamic technique for chromatographic separation experiments was carried out by using a glass column with a bed height of 15 cm approximately that contained 9.5 g of OOBAR was 35 cm long and 1.5 cm in diameter.