Oxidation of dyes from colored wastewater using activated carbon/hydrogen peroxide

  title={Oxidation of dyes from colored wastewater using activated carbon/hydrogen peroxide},
  author={Shooka Khorramfar and Niyaz Mohammad Mahmoodi and Mokhtar Arami and Hajir Bahrami},

Sludge-based activated carbon catalyzed H2O2 oxidation of reactive azo dyes

Kinetics results showed that the adsorption rates of RY86 and RB5 by ZAC can be approximated by the pseudo-first order model, and that the oxidation rates by Behnajady–Modirshahla–Ghanbery (BMG) model can be approximate.

Removal of Reactive Yellow 145 from simulated dye wastewater by Theobroma cacao pod-derived adsorbents

Industrial processes that discharges great quantities of reactive dyes in recipient waters merit the advancement in the color removal in wastewaters. This study produced activated carbon from

Photocatalytic Oxidation of Dye Bearing Wastewater by Iron Doped Zinc Oxide

In the present study, photocatalytic oxidation of dye bearing wastewater has been done using iron doped zinc oxide (Fe/ZnO) photocatalyst. Various photocatalysts were synthesized by solution

Photocatalytic Degradation of Methylene Blue Dye Using Silica Oxide Nanoparticles as a Catalyst

  • H. AlyA. I. Abd-Elhamid
  • Chemistry, Engineering
    Water environment research : a research publication of the Water Environment Federation
  • 2018
A fast and low-cost method for removing color dye from water using nanosized semiconductors SiO2 as photocatalyst and the adsorption of the dye well-fitted pseudo-second-order kinetic models is developed.

Heterogeneous Oxidation of Methylene Blue with Surface-Modified Iron-Amended Activated Carbon

The present study aims to develop effective adsorption and oxidation of synthetic dye in wastewater by using the newly synthesized iron-amended activated carbon. Recently synthetic dye-containing

Chemical surface modified-activated carbon cloth for catalytic wet peroxide oxidation of phenol

BACKGROUND Activated carbons (AC) can be used as catalyst in advanced oxidation processes due to the potential activity for hydrogen peroxide decomposition to hydroxyl radicals. Chemical surface

Studies of optimization of colored wastewater treatment by Fenton’s reagent (Part I)

The constant industry development results in the increase of number and diversity of substances deposited with wastewater. Moreover, requirements for wastewater utilization are constantly restricted,

Limitations of the Removal of Cyanide from Coking Wastewater by Treatment with Hydrogen Peroxide

This research work evaluates the use of hydrogen peroxide for the removal of cyanide from coking wastewater deriving from the washing of gases in coal combustion furnace. The effect of the presence



Use of Agro-Industrial Wastes for Removal of Basic Dyes from Aqueous Solutions

The biosorption potential of three different agro-industrial waste materials of lignocellulosic origin, i.e., coir pith (CP), sawdust (SD) and sugarcane fiber (SF), is investigated in the case of