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Nano-metal oxides-activated carbons for dyes removal: A review
Bichave M.S., Kature A.Y., Koranne S.V., Shinde R.S., Gongle A.S., Raut-Jadhav S., , ,
Published in Elsevier Ltd
Volume: 77
Pages: 19 - 30
It is common for dyes to be utilized in a wide range of industries such as leather and textiles as well as the printing, paper, and packaging industry. Most dyes fall into a dangerous category of water toxins that have had a significant impact on the ecosystem. Dye removal from wastewater can be done in a variety of methods. It is now necessary to develop advanced and cost-effective methods. Organic dyes may be removed from textiles using adsorption, which is a more effective and environmentally beneficial process. Nanomaterials are a more attractive option for dye removal because of their unique characteristics. An approach to the synthesis, characterization, and dye removal capabilities of nano-metal oxides-activated carbons is presented. This review also includes a discussion of several operating parameters associated with the adsorption process, adsorption isotherms, kinetics, thermodynamic behavior, and reusability of the adsorbent. © 2022
About the journal
JournalMaterials Today: Proceedings
PublisherElsevier Ltd
Open AccessNo