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Evaluation of the Photocatalytic Activity of Copper Doped TiO2 nanoparticles for the Purification and/or Disinfection of Industrial Effluents
Abstract In this article, visible light active, copper doped TiO2 nanoparticles are discussed as potential candidates for the tertiary treatment of industrial effluents. Our aim was to developExpand
Comparison of two synthesis methods on the preparation of Fe, N-Co-doped TiO2 materials for degradation of pharmaceutical compounds under visible light
Abstract In this work, we report the synthesis, characterization and photocatalytic evaluation of visible light active iron-nitrogen co-doped titanium dioxide (Fe 3+ -TiO 2−x N x ) nanostructuredExpand
High removal of chemical and biochemical oxygen demand from tequila vinasses by using physicochemical and biological methods
The goal of this research is to find a more effective treatment for tequila vinasses (TVs) with potential industrial application in order to comply with the Mexican environmental regulations. TVs areExpand
Removal of Direct Dyes with Alginic Acid
The interaction of Alginic acid with three direct dyes (Direct blue 1, Direct red 81, and Direct black 22) was studied. It was found that as a result of this interaction formation of adducts afterExpand
Zimm-Bragg Model Applied to Sorption of Dyes by Biopolymers: Alginic Acid and Xanthan
Dyes and dyeing processes are widely used as a means of introducing color into fibers or fabrics. Dyes should be easily introduced into the fiber and then, the color must be reasonably permanentExpand
Removal of Azo dyes with Xanthan
The interaction among Xanthan (XANT) and three azo dyes: Direct blue 1 (DB1), Direct red 81 (DR81), and Direct black 22 (DB22) was studied. The Xanthan-dye-Al product was formed after the addition ofExpand
Study of Sorption Equilibrium of Biopolymers Alginic Acid and Xanthan with C.I. Disperse Yellow 54
Disperse yellow 54 (DY54) was adsorbed onto two bio- polymers, alginic acid and xanthan. The adsorption isotherms for the biopolymer-DY54 system showed that the adsorption mechanism can best beExpand