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International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry pp 1-19; https://doi.org/10.1080/03067319.2022.2087516

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Within the scope of this study, the removal of methylene blue (MB) dye from aqueous solution with SiNH2@FeNP nanocomposite, which was synthesised by green synthesis method using liquorice root (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) extract, was investigated by applying Box-Behnken experimental design method. With this newly synthesised material, solution pH value, adsorbent dosage and initial dye concentration parameters affecting the adsorption process in methylene blue removal from aqueous solutions were investigated. FTIR, SEM, BET and XRD techniques were applied to characterise the structure of the obtained SiNH2@FeNP nanocomposite. According to the data obtained from the experimental design results, in order to obtain approximately 87% methylene blue dye removal efficiency, pH, initial methylene blue concentration and adsorbent dosage values should be kept constant at 8.8, 35.8 and 3.38 g L−1, respectively. Meanwhile, to achieve an MB adsorption of 22 mg g−1, the initial adsorbent dose and pH should be kept at 0.5 g l−1 and 10, respectively. SiNH2@FeNP nanocomposite produced by the green synthesis method is an environmentally friendly and effective adsorbent.
Masoumeh Sharifi, Azam Marjani, , Hamid Reza Shamlouei
Published: 1 June 2022
Journal of Nanostructure in Chemistry pp 1-14; https://doi.org/10.1007/s40097-022-00502-4

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, Nida Shams Jalbani, Savas Kaya, , Riadh Marzouki, Shahabuddin Memon
International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry pp 1-17; https://doi.org/10.1080/03067319.2021.1979534

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This study describes the removal of methyl orange (MO) and methyl red (MR) dyes from water samples using morpholinomethylcalix[4]arene immobilised silica (MIS) resin. The silica surface has been modified by p-morpholinomethylcalix[4]arene moiety and was characterised by FT-IR spectroscopy and SEM techniques. The adsorption capacity of MIS-resin was checked through batch adsorption experiments under the optimised conditions of pH, MIS-resin dose, time, and temperature. Results show that adsorption of MO and MR dyes are highly affected by the change in pH; thus, the higher adsorption percentages were achieved at pH 5.3 and 6.6 respectively. The adsorbent dosage has been optimised and it was noticed that the maximum adsorption was achieved by using 40 mg.L−1 of MIS-resin dose. The adsorption rate of dyes was investigated by applying the pseudo-first and second-order kinetic models and it has been observed that the experimental data shows a better correlation coefficient with the pseudo-second-order kinetic model. The feasibility of adsorption was analysed by thermodynamic parameters such as ∆H°, ∆G°, and ∆S° values indicate that the adsorption of dyes is exothermic and spontaneous. The equilibrium data have been validated using Langmuir and Freundlich models and the Langmuir model has a good correlation coefficient (R2 0.99). The MIS-resin was applied onto industrial effluents and it has been observed that the prepared resin is a very efficient adsorbent for the treatment of dyes contaminated wastewater. The adsorption of MO and MR dyes onto MIS-resin was well defined by computational chemical modelling at the B3LYP/LANL2DZ/6-311++G (d,p) level using G09W software.
, Israa Erman, , Younes Massad, Ghadir Hanbali, Subhi Samhan, Omar Dagdag, Savaş Kaya, Goncagül Serdaroğlu
Published: 14 July 2021
Frontiers in chemistry, Volume 9; https://doi.org/10.3389/fchem.2021.709600

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The expanding amount of remaining drug substances in wastewater adversely affects both the climate and human well-being. In the current investigation, we developed new cellulose acetic acid derivation/zeolite fiber as an effective technique to eliminate erythromycin (ERY) from wastewater. The number of interchangeable sites in the adsorbent structures and the ratio of ERY to the three adsorbents were identified as the main reasons for the reduction in adsorption as the initial ERY concentrations increased. Additionally, for all adsorbents, the pseudo–second-order modeling showed better fitting for the adsorption than the pseudo–first-order modeling. However, the findings obtained in the pseudo–first-order model were still enough for explaining the sorption kinetics of ERY, showing that the surface displayed all chemisorption and physi-sorption adsorption processes by both adsorbents. The R 2 for the second order was very close to 1 for the three adsorbents in the case of pseudo–second-order. The adsorption capacity reached 17.76 mg/g. The three adsorbents showed negative values of ΔH, and these values were −6,200, −8,500, and −9600 kJ/mol for zeolite, CA, and ZCA, respectively, and this shows that the adsorption is exothermic. The desorption analysis shows no substantial loss of adsorption site after three trials, indicating higher stability and resilience of the three adsorbents, indicating a strong repeatability of their possible use in adsorption without contaminating the environment. In addition, the chemical attitude and possible donor–acceptor interactions of ERY were assessed by the quantum chemical parameters (QCPs) and NBO analysis performed, at the HF/6-311G** calculations.
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