Nooshin Salman Tabrizi

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This paper deals with the application of Soy Meal Hull (SMH), an agricultural by-product, for the removal of direct and acid dyes from aqueous solutions. Four textile dyes, C.I. Direct red 80 (DR80), C.I. Direct red 81 (DR81), C.I. Acid blue 92 (AB92) and C.I. Acid red 14 (AR14) were used as model compounds. Physical characteristics of SMH such as surface(More)
The photocatalytic degradation of two reactive dyes has been investigated by UV/TiO2/H2O2 using an immobilized TiO2 photocatalytic reactor. Reactive Blue 8 (RB 8) and Reactive Blue 220 (RB 220) textile dyes were used as model compounds. Photocatalytic degradation processes were performed using a 5-L solution containing dyes. The initial concentrations of(More)
The use of low-cost and ecofriendly adsorbents has been investigated as an ideal alternative to the current expensive methods of removing dyes from wastewater. Orange peel was collected from the fields of orange trees in the north of Iran and converted into a low-cost adsorbent. This paper deals with the removal of textile dyes from aqueous solutions by(More)
This paper reports the application of graphene oxide aerogels (GOAs) for adsorption of lead(II) ions from aqueous solutions. The aerogels were fabricated from graphene oxide (GO) colloidal suspensions by unidirectional freeze drying method. The synthesized GO powders, as well as the aerogels, were thoroughly characterized by various techniques. The(More)
Here we present a technique based on an initial densification of solid precursor materials using magnetic pulses followed by an atomization process via spark discharging. These two processes allow changing bulky micron sized materials into nanoparticles (5-60 nm). The resulting intermediates and nanomaterials have been characterized using electron(More)
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