Fenton-like Oxidation of Acid Red 1 Solutions Using Heterogeneous Catalyst Based on Ball Clay

  title={Fenton-like Oxidation of Acid Red 1 Solutions Using Heterogeneous Catalyst Based on Ball Clay},
  author={Hamizura Hassan and Bassim H. Hameed},
  journal={International journal of environmental science and development},
  • H. HassanB. Hameed
  • Published 2011
  • Chemistry, Engineering
  • International journal of environmental science and development
In this work, the Fenton-like decolorization of an azo dye, Acid Red 1 (AR1) by Fe-ball clay (Fe-BC) catalyst was studied. The effects of different reaction parameters such as initial iron ions loading on ball clay (BC), catalyst dosage, initial concentration of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)0 and AR1 (AR1)0, reaction temperature and initial solution pH on the decolorization of AR1 were assessed. The best reacting conditions were found to be 1.0 wt. % of iron ions loading on BC, catalyst dosage = 5.0… 

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