Dyes removal from water using low cost absorbents

S. Giraldo, A. P. Ramirez, M. Ulloa, E. Flórez, N. Y. Acelas

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© Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. In this study, the removal capacity of low cost adsorbents during the adsorption of Methylene Blue (MB) and Congo Red (CR) at different concentrations (50 and 100mg•L-1) was evaluated. These adsorbents were produced from wood wastes (cedar and teak) by chemical activation (ZnCl2). Both studied materials, Activated Cedar (AC) and activated teak (AT) showed a good fit of their experimental data to the pseudo second order kinetic model and Langmuir isotherms. The maximum adsorption capacities for AC were 2000.0 and 444.4mg•g-1for MB and CR, respectively, while for AT, maximum adsorption capacities of 1052.6 and 86.4mg•g-1were found for MB and CR, respectively.
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EstadoPublicada - 29 dic 2017
EventoJournal of Physics: Conference Series -
Duración: 29 dic 2017 → …

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ConferenciaJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Período29/12/17 → …

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methylene blue
absorbents
dyes
adsorbents
adsorption
water
isotherms
activation
kinetics

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Giraldo, S., Ramirez, A. P., Ulloa, M., Flórez, E., & Acelas, N. Y. (2017). Dyes removal from water using low cost absorbents. Papel presentado en Journal of Physics: Conference Series, . https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/935/1/012011
Giraldo, S. ; Ramirez, A. P. ; Ulloa, M. ; Flórez, E. ; Acelas, N. Y. / Dyes removal from water using low cost absorbents. Papel presentado en Journal of Physics: Conference Series, .
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2017. Papel presentado en Journal of Physics: Conference Series, .

Resultado de la investigación: Contribución a una conferenciaArtículoInvestigación

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Giraldo S, Ramirez AP, Ulloa M, Flórez E, Acelas NY. Dyes removal from water using low cost absorbents. 2017. Papel presentado en Journal of Physics: Conference Series, . https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/935/1/012011