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“…The experiments were carried out in a series of Erlenmeyer flask (250 mL) containing MB dye solution (100 mL) with different initial MB dye concentrations (25-200 mg/L). The different dosages of SATCS (0.02-0.2 g) were added to the 100 mL of MB dye solution with different levels of pH (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10), and agitated at a fixed shaking speed of 110 strokes/min at 303 K by using a water bath (WNB7-45, Memmert, Germany). After the adsorption process, the adsorbents was separated from aqueous solutions using a syringe filter (0.20 µm), and the MB dye uptake was calculated by UV-Vis spectroscopy (HACH DR 2800) at 661 nm.…”
Section: Batch Adsorption Experimentsmentioning
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“…The experiments were carried out in a series of Erlenmeyer flask (250 mL) containing MB dye solution (100 mL) with different initial MB dye concentrations (25-200 mg/L). The different dosages of SATCS (0.02-0.2 g) were added to the 100 mL of MB dye solution with different levels of pH (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10), and agitated at a fixed shaking speed of 110 strokes/min at 303 K by using a water bath (WNB7-45, Memmert, Germany). After the adsorption process, the adsorbents was separated from aqueous solutions using a syringe filter (0.20 µm), and the MB dye uptake was calculated by UV-Vis spectroscopy (HACH DR 2800) at 661 nm.…”
Section: Batch Adsorption Experimentsmentioning
“…MB dye causes harmful effects on human health such as nausea, vomiting, heart rate increasing and eye/skin irritation [4,5]. Several methods were applied to remove textile dyes prior to discharge into water such as adsorption [6], photocatalysis [7], oxidation [8], and coagulation [9]. Adsorption is a prime wastewater treatment method for dye removal due to its simplicity of design, non-generation of toxic materials, low cost and high efficiency [10,11].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Firstly, the organic pollutant can ionize as a cationic product in the aqueous medium, and then the cations are adsorbed on the perlite-based geopolymer structure surface, as presented in equations (3) and (4). When the metal oxide semiconductor particles of Fe 2 O 3 in the raw material (in Table 1) are irradiated by UV, the excited electron (e − ) and hole (h + ) pairs are formed, as presented in equation (5). Subsequently, the transition metal ions of Fe 3+ in the material ensnare electron (e − ) and hole (h + ) combine with H 2 O molecule to produce hydroxyl radical (equations (6) and (7)).…”
Section: Degradation Of Mb Dye At Different Conditionsmentioning
“…is makes them even more dangerous to the environment, which is why it needs to be removed from wastewaters before discharge in the aqueous system. Several wastewater treatment techniques such as ultrafiltration [2], membrane separation [3], ion exchange [4], coagulation/flocculation [5], electrochemical processes [6], adsorption [7,8], and photocatalytic degradation [9] have been used to remove and degrade the dyes from water and wastewater. e photocatalytic degradation method is based on the degradation of organic pollutants in the presence of UV and a material doped by a photocatalyst.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Therefore, treatment of aqueous solutions containing dyes has been developed in the last few years . Several chemical and physical methods, including coagulation/flocculation, nanofiltration, oxidation‐precipitation, ozonation, Fenton and photo Fenton, and adsorption, have been revealed in the literature for dye removal from wastewater. Among the mentioned techniques, adsorption is a simple, inexpensive and useful method for removal of dyes from aqueous solutions .…”
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