microcystin-lr removal from aqueous solutions using

Removal of Indigo Carmine Dye from Aqueous Solution Using

Magnesium hydroxide is used as an adsorbent for the removal of indigo carmine dye from aqueous solution We have investigated the effectiveness of removal of indigo carmine dye from aqueous solutions at pH 6-7 and 12-13 using magnesium hydroxide thereby varying the dose of the adsorbent concentration of the dye duration and temperature

Pyridine

A Cr-based metal–organic framework grafted with pyridine was named MIL-101(Cr)-Py and was used to adsorb microcystin-LR (MC-LR) from aqueous solution The adsorption process and mechanism were investigated The adsorption kinetics and isotherms obeyed the pseudo-second-order kinetics and Langmuir adsorption

Development of waste biomass based sorbent for removal of

Jan 01 2018In this study the main purpose is to fabricate industrial waste biomass as a highly stable and highly efficient adsorbent for MC-LR removal from aqueous solution To fabricate as a stable adsorbent E coli biomass was immobilized with polysulfone (PS) matrix to render it with high mechanical and chemical stability

Removal of acid dyes from aqueous solutions using orange

Removal of acid dyes from aqueous solutions using orange peel 75 Several experiments were also undertaken to study the effect of varying the initial dye concentration on the dye sorption kinetics from solution As a typical example the results as shown in Figure 2(a) indicate that the obtained curves have the same shape

The removal of the cefixime antibiotic from aqueous

The removal of cefixime from an aqueous solution was investigated via UV/H 2 O 2 process Aqueous solutions containing cefixime with concentrations of 9 18 and 27 mg/L were produced The UV/H 2 O 2 process was conducted on the solutions in a laboratory reactor

Ni2+ removal from aqueous solutions using conditioned

Jan 29 2009The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of conditioning with NaCl and HCl solutions on removal of Ni 2+ ions from aqueous solutions using natural clinoptilolite Batch studies were performed to evaluate the effects of various parameters such as chemically conditioning adsorbent amount contact time initial pH of the solution mixing temperature and initial metal ions

Removal of Iron and Manganese from Aqueous Solution Using

Vega ED et al Removal of oxovanadium(IV) from aqueous solutions by using commercial crystalline calcium hydroxyapatite Water Res 2003 37:1776-1782 Wasim M et al Synthesis and Characterization of Hydroxyapatite Powder from Natural Bovine Bone J Bioimmetics Biomater Tissue Eng 2014 19:35-42

S ALIZARIN RED DYE REMOVAL FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING

Golder AK Samanta AN Ray S Anionic reactive dye removal from aqueous solution using a new adsorbent- sludge generated in removal of heavy metal by electro coagulation Chem Eng J 2006 122: 107-115 10 Ghaedi M Najibi A Hossainian H Shokrollahi A Soylak M Kinetic and equilibrium study of Alizarin Red S removal by activated carbon

Removal of Methylene Blue from Aqueous Solution Using

Walnut shell (WS) as an economic and environmental-friendly adsorbent was utilized to remove methylene blue () from aqueous solutions The effects of WS particle size solution pH adsorbent dosage and contact time and concentration of NaCl on removal were systematically investigated Under the optimized conditions (i e contact time #x7e 2#x2009 h pH #x7e 6 particle size

Coagulation and adsorption of cadmium from aqueous

In the present study CTS was used for the removal of Cd(II) from aqueous solutions Firstly the CTS using as flocculant and it could achieve the great removal rate The effects of variables such as dosage stirring time pH value and the settling time were studied[9-10] Secondly it used as adsorbent in removing Cd(II) from aqueous solutions

Microcystin

Microcystin-LR removal from aqueous solutions using a magnetically separable N-doped TiO 2 nanocomposite under visible light irradiation M Pelaez B Baruwati R S Varma R Luque and D D Dionysiou Chem Commun 2013 49 10118 DOI: 10 1039/C3CC44415E If you are not the

Adsorptive Removal of Phenol from Aqueous Solution Using

Removal of Fluoride from Aqueous Solution by Using Low-Cost Sugarcane Bagasse: Kinetic Study and Equilibrium Isotherm Analyses Journal of Hazardous Toxic and Radioactive Waste December 2015 Adsorption of Indigo Carmine Dye onto Acacia Nilotica (Babool) Sawdust Activated Carbon

Removal of selected metal ions using powder of seeds of

Dec 22 2019Mahdi Z et al Removal of lead (II) from aqueous solution using date seed-derived biochar: batch and column studies Applied Water Science 2018 8:1–13 Maryam Mohammadi Mehdi Soltani Amir Siahpoosh et al Effects of Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) Seed Extract on Heavy Metals Concentrations in Carp (Cyprinus carpio)

Removal of the hazardous volatile and organic compound

Benzene is one of the most hazardous organic pollutants in groundwater The removal of benzene from water is very important from a health point of view and for environmental protection In this study benzene adsorption kinetics was investigated using phosphoric acid activated carbon prepared from rice husk An initial rapid uptake of benzene was observed and became almost constant after 40

Removal of lead from aqueous solution using low cost

Removal of lead from aqueous solution using low cost abundantly available adsorbents 1N T Abdel-Ghani 2M Hefny 3*G A F El-Chaghaby 1Department of Chemistry Faculty of Science Cairo University Giza Egypt 2Department of Chemistry Faculty of Science Cairo University Giza Egypt 3Agriculture Research Center Giza Egypt

Removal of methyl orange from aqueous solutions using

Aug 13 2014Removal of methyl orange from aqueous solutions using 1 Chemistry and Materials Research ISSN 2224- 3224 (Print) ISSN 2225- 0956 (Online) Vol 6 No 7 2014 31 Removal of Methyl Orange from Aqueous Solutions Using Thermally Treated Egg Shell (Locally Available and Low Cost Biosorbent) Kassa Belay1* Akeza Hayelom1 1 Adigrat University

Removal of silver (I) from aqueous solutions with

Removal of silver (I) from aqueous solutions with clinoptilolite Murat Akgul a Abdulkerim Karabakan a * Orhan Acar b Yuda Yurum c a Department of Chemistry Hacettepe University Beytepe 06532 Ankara Turkey b Ankara Nuclear Research and Training Center Besevler Ankara Turkey c Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences Sabancı University Tuzla 34956 Istanbul Turkey

Removal of Lead(II) from Aqueous Solution by Adsorption on

Mar 02 2005Removal of heavy metals from aqueous solutions using activated carbon prepared from Cicer arietinum Toxicological Environmental Chemistry 2010 92 (8) 1447-1460 DOI: 10 1080/02772241003614312 Monoj Kumar Mondal Removal of Pb(II) from aqueous solution by adsorption using activated tea waste

REMOVAL OF FLUORIDE FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION BY USING

The effect of solution pH on fluoride removal was studied by adjusting the pH of the solution by using 0 1 N HCl or 0 1 N NaOH A similar procedure was followed to determine the optimum conditions and to study the influence of various parameters such as pH initial fluoride concentration adsorbent dose etc

Removal of heavy metals from aqueous solutions using

Removal of heavy metals from aqueous solutions using Tunisian smectite clay intercalated by functionalized crown ethers Brahim Chrayet Fayel Ammari* Abid Ouerghui Faouzi Meganem Laboratory of Organic Synthesis Carthage University Faculty

Removal of cadmium and nickel from aqueous solution using

Removal of cadmium and nickel from aqueous solution using expanded perlite M Torab-Mostaedi I * H Ghassabzadeh II M Ghannadi-Maragheh I S J Ahmadi I and H Taheri I I Nuclear Fuel Cycle Research School Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute Phone: (+9821) 88221128 Fax: (+9821) 88221116 End of North Karegar Av P O

Boron Removal from Aqueous Solution Using Curcumin

removal from aqueous solutions by carbon impregnated with salicylic acid has been studied in a batch system (elik et al 2008) Curcumin-impregnated activated carbon (Cur-AC) as a new modified activated carbon is expected to overcome the difficulty of removing boron from wastewater treatment

Enhanced adsorptive removal of a model acid dye

May 12 2015The removal of an acid dye bromothymol blue (BTB) from aqueous solution using Fe 2 O 3 /chitosan‐bamboo sawdust (FeCBSD) composite was studied Isotherm modeling indicated that the data best followed Langmuir isotherm with adsorption capacity (q m) of 217 39 mg/g at a contact time of 30 min and an adsorbent dose of 0 5 g/L In column studies the data fitted well into the Thomas model

Study of the Removal of Malachite Green from Aqueous

Agricultural solid waste namely Kapok hull was activated by sulphuric acid (1:1 ratio) for removing malachite green dye from aqueous solution Batch kinetic and isotherm experiments were conducted to determine the sorption and desorption of the malachite green from aqueous solution with activated carbon The factors affecting the rate of adsorption involved in the removal of dye for initial

Removal of nickel from aqueous solutions using Saudi

Removal of nickel from aqueous solutions using Saudi activated bentonite S S Al-Shahrani Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science King Abdulaziz University Saudi Arabia Abstract This research project investigates the application of Saudi activated clay (bentonite) to remove nickel from aqueous solutions

Efficient Complexation

Title: Efficient Complexation-Ultrafiltration Process for Metal Ions Removal from Aqueous Solutions Using a Novel Carboxylated Polyethylenimine Derivative (PEI-COOH) VOLUME: 6 ISSUE: 1 Author(s):Andrea Masotti Antonella Giuliano and Giancarlo Ortaggi Affiliation:Chemistry Department Sapienza University of Rome P le Aldo Moro 5 00185 Rome Italy

Removal of Chromium (VI) from Tannery Effluent Using Bio

The potential of the Senegal date palm (Phoenix reclinata) seed bio-char to remove chromium (VI) ions from aqueous solutions by adsorption was investigated Adsorption experiments were performed on the tannery effluent and standard aqueous solutions of chromium (VI) for varying adsorbent doses contact times pH temperatures and interfering anionic ions by batch mode

Removal of Pb2+ from Aqueous Solutions Using K

Aug 24 2020Removal of Pb 2+ from Aqueous Solutions Using K-Type Zeolite Synthesized from Coal Fly Ash by Yuhei Kobayashi 1 Fumihiko Ogata 1 Chalermpong Saenjum 2 3 Takehiro Nakamura 1 and Naohito Kawasaki 1 4 * 1 Faculty of Pharmacy Kindai University 3-4-1 Kowakae Higashi-Osaka Osaka 577-8502 Japan 2