Removal of benzene vapor from the air based on novel tantalum metal-organic framework (Ta-MOF) adsorbent by gas flow solid-phase interaction before determination by gas chromatography

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JR_AMECJ-4-4_002

تاریخ نمایه سازی: 14 آذر 1402

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Benzene has a carcinogenic effect on the human body and adsorption from the air is the best way to control it. By this research, benzene vapor was removed from the air based on a tantalum metal-organic framework (Ta-MOF) by gas flow solid-phase interaction (GF-SPI). Benzene adsorption with Ta-MOF was studied in the static and dynamic systems at room temperature. The benzene concentration was analyzed by gas chromatography equipped with an FID detector (GC-FID). The factors affecting benzene removal efficiency like initial concentration of benzene, amount of adsorbent, exposure time, flow rate, and temperature were studied and optimized. The results showed us, the adsorption capacities range of Ta-MOF for benzene in the static and dynamic system were obtained between ۹۰-۱۶۰ mg g-۱ and ۶۵-۱۳۵ mg g-۱, respectively. Also, the high removal efficiency was achieved by more than ۹۵% at ۴۵°C, ۶۷.۵ mg L-۱ benzene concentration, ۰.۵ g of Ta-MOF, and the flow rate of ۲۵۰ mL min-۱ for a dynamic system. By dynamic system, the benzene is generated in the chamber, stored in a bag, and then moved on the surface of Ta-MOF. The GF-SPI method was validated by GC-MS and spiking real samples.

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Mohammad Bagher Aghebat Bekheir

Department of Occupational Health and Safety at Work, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran

Mohammad Reza Rezaei Kahkha

Department of Environmental Health Engineering, Faculty of Health, Zabol University of Medical Sciences, Zabol, Iran

Nasser Hasheminejad

Department of Occupational Health and Safety at Work, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran

Ali Faghihi-Zarandi

Department of Occupational Health and Safety at Work, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran