Publisher of Iranian Journals and Conference Proceedings

Please waite ..
Publisher of Iranian Journals and Conference Proceedings
Login |Register |Help |عضویت کتابخانه ها
Paper
Title

Evaluation of the Efficiency of Double Aluminum-Magnesium Layered Nano-Hydroxide in Removal of Pharmaceuticals from Aquatic Solutions and Determination of Optimal Adsorption

Evaluation of the Efficiency of Double Aluminum-Magnesium Layered Nano-Hydroxide in Removal of Pharmaceuticals from Aquatic Solutions and Determination of Optimal Adsorption
Year: 1398
COI: JR_JHD-8-1_004
Language: EnglishView: 65
This Paper With 21 Page And PDF Format Ready To Download

Buy and Download

با استفاده از پرداخت اینترنتی بسیار سریع و ساده می توانید اصل این Paper را که دارای 21 صفحه است به صورت فایل PDF در اختیار داشته باشید.
آدرس ایمیل خود را در کادر زیر وارد نمایید:

Authors

Abstract:

Background: Antibiotics and their metabolites are known as dangerous non-degradable substances that potentially remain after the wastewater treatment process. Therefore, it is necessary to remove these compounds from aqueous solutions. This study aimed to use layered double nano-hydroxides to remove carbamazepine, cephalexin, and ciprofloxacin.   Methods: In this experimental study the characteristics of double aluminum-magnesium layered nano-hydroxide were investigated by SEM, FTIR, XRD, and DLS. In order to determine the removal efficacy of this adsorbent; the effects of pH, adsorbent dose, contact time and initial concentration of antibiotics was investigated and the isotherms and kinetics of absorption were determined.   Results: According to the SEM and TEM analysis, the synthesized adsorbent had a hexagonal shape and its size ranged from ۲۰۰ to ۱۰۰۰ nm. The analysis of XRD and FTIR showed that the adsorbent is a layered double hydroxide. The highest removal rate of antibiotics was observed at the contact time of ۱۲۰ min, pH of ۹, the adsorbent dose of ۸ g/L and concentration of ۳۰ mg/L for all three types of antibiotics which was ۹۴%, ۹۱% and ۹۷% for carbamazepine, cefalexin, and ciprofloxacin respectively.  The study of isotherm and kinetics showed that absorption data were more consistent with the Freundlich model and pseudo-second-order kinetics.   Conclusion: The results of this study showed that layered double hydroxide that was synthesized by urea hydrolysis, had high efficacy in the treatment of carbamazepine, cephalexin, and ciprofloxacin.

Keywords:

Layered double hydroxide nanoparticles , Removal , Carbamazepine , Ciprofloxacin , Cephalexin

Paper COI Code

This Paper COI Code is JR_JHD-8-1_004. Also You can use the following address to link to this article. This link is permanent and is used as an article registration confirmation in the Civilica reference:

https://civilica.com/doc/1221344/

How to Cite to This Paper:

If you want to refer to this Paper in your research work, you can simply use the following phrase in the resources section:
Khodadadi, Maryam and Kamranifar, Mohamad and Hossein Panahi, Ayat,1398,Evaluation of the Efficiency of Double Aluminum-Magnesium Layered Nano-Hydroxide in Removal of Pharmaceuticals from Aquatic Solutions and Determination of Optimal Adsorption,https://civilica.com/doc/1221344

مراجع و منابع این Paper:

لیست زیر مراجع و منابع استفاده شده در این Paper را نمایش می دهد. این مراجع به صورت کاملا ماشینی و بر اساس هوش مصنوعی استخراج شده اند و لذا ممکن است دارای اشکالاتی باشند که به مرور زمان دقت استخراج این محتوا افزایش می یابد. مراجعی که مقالات مربوط به آنها در سیویلیکا نمایه شده و پیدا شده اند، به خود Paper لینک شده اند :

  • Baran W, Adamek E, Jajko M, Sobczak A. Removal of ...
  • Research Info Management

    Certificate | Report | من نویسنده این مقاله هستم

    اطلاعات استنادی این Paper را به نرم افزارهای مدیریت اطلاعات علمی و استنادی ارسال نمایید و در تحقیقات خود از آن استفاده نمایید.

    Share this page

    More information about COI

    COI stands for "CIVILICA Object Identifier". COI is the unique code assigned to articles of Iranian conferences and journals when indexing on the CIVILICA citation database.

    The COI is the national code of documents indexed in CIVILICA and is a unique and permanent code. it can always be cited and tracked and assumed as registration confirmation ID.

    Support