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DETERMINE THE OPTIMUM CONDITIONS FOR ACID RED 14 REMOVAL BY IRON NANOPARTICLES MODIFIED WITH NICKEL IN A SLURRY SYSTEM

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NIKSEFAT M. | AYATI B.

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 Start Page 29 | End Page 39

Abstract

 In this study, bimetallic iron–nickel nanoparticles were obtained by chemical co-deposition of iron chloride with sodium boron hydride used as a strong reducing agent. The bimetallic nanoparticles thus obtained were then used to remove acid red 14 in a slurry system.Experiments were conducted to investigate such parameters as initial dye concentration, nano-particle dosage, pH, the time required for the nano-particles to be used after they are formed, the stirring speed, and the temperature required to reach optimum reaction conditions.Control experiments were subsequently performed under the optimum conditions thus determined to identify any other remaining factors involved. The optimum conditions included a temperature of 25±2oC, a newly synthesized nano-particle concentration of 0.05 g/L, an initial dye concentration of 200 mg/L, a pH level of 7.5, and a mixing duration of two minutes. The results indicated the high activity of the nanoparticles such that removal efficiencies equal to 79.39, 90.52, and 94.42 percent were achieved after 2, 30, and 240 minutes, respectively. Moreover, a COD removal of 72.61 percent was achieved after 4 hours of reaction.

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