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Over the past decades, organic-inorganic hybrid polymers have been applied in different fields, including the adsorption of pollutants from wastewater and solid-state separations. In this review, firstly, these compounds are classified. These compounds are prepared by sol-gel method, self-assembly process (mesopores), assembling of nanobuilding blocks(More)
Adsorption of malachite green (MG) on silica gel was studied as a function of temperature (308-328 K), pH, different concentrations of NaCl and various weight percentages of binary mixtures of 2-propanol with water. It was observed that the adsorption capacity decreases with increase in weight percentage of 2-propanol and NaCl and HCl concentration compared(More)
Adsorption of methylene blue (MB) on agar was investigated as a function of temperature (308-328 K), different concentrations of NaCl and HCl and various weight percentages of binary mixtures of ethanol with water. It was observed that the maximum experimental adsorption capacity, qm, exp, in water is up to 50 mg g-1 and decreases with increase in weight(More)
NiO nanoparticle was used to adsorb fuchsin acid (FA) from aqueous solution. In the used concentration range of FA, its adsorption isotherms on NiO nanoparticles were three-region. NiO nanoparticle was prepared via the thermal decomposition of the tris(ethylenediamine)Ni(II) nitrate complex as a new precursor. In this work, effects of temperature,(More)
The rate constant of alkaline fading of crystal violet (CV+) was measured in the presence of non ionic (TX-100), cationic (DTAB) and anionic (SDS) surfactants. This reaction was studied at 283-303 K. The rate of reaction showed remarkable dependence on the electrical charge of the used surfactants. It was observed that the reaction rate constant increased(More)
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