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Copper oxide nanoparticles loaded on activated carbon (CuO-NPs-AC) were prepared and fully analyzed and characterized with FE-SEM, XRD and FT-IR. Subsequently, this novel material was used for simultaneous ultrasound-assisted adsorption of brilliant green (BG), auramine O (AO), methylene blue (MB) and eosin yellow (EY) dyes. Problems regard to dyes spectra(More)
By definition, antioxidants are molecules that inhibit the oxidation of other molecules. Therefore, such compounds have very important clinical roles. In this study alginate polymer was depolymerized by heat treatment. The resulting low molecular weight alginates were investigated by UV-visible spectroscopy, Viscometry, Dynamic light scattering and FT-IR(More)
An efficient simultaneous sonophotocatalytic degradation of trypan blue (TB) and vesuvine (VS) using Ag3PO4/Bi2S3-HKUST-1-MOF as a novel visible light active photocatalyst was carried out successfully in a continuous flow-loop reactor equipped to blue LED light. Ag3PO4/Bi2S3-HKUST-1-MOF with activation ability under blue light illumination was synthesized(More)
Degradation of abamectin pesticide was carried out using visible light driven Cu2(OH)PO4-HKUST-1 MOF photocatalyst through the sonophotocatalytic technique. Cu2(OH)PO4-HKUST-1 MOF as a visible-light driven photocatalyst, was synthesized and characterized by XRD, SEM, EDS and DRS. The direct bang gaps of HKUST-1 MOF and Cu2(OH)PO4-HKUST-1 MOF were estimated(More)
A continuous adsorption was used for removal of azure II (AZ II) and auramine O (AO) from aqueous solutions using Pinus eldarica stalks activated carbon (PES-AC) from aqueous solutions. The effects of initial dye concentration, flow rate, bed height and contact time on removal percentage of AO and AZ II were evaluated and optimized by central composite(More)
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