REMOVAL OF CONGORED DYE FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING LOW COST ADSORBENTS FROM ACTIVATED CARBON
Publication Date : 03/04/2020
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Activated carbon from Coconut shells and groundnut shells has a high adsorption capacity for the removal of Congo red dye from aqueous solutions. This study was carried out for the adsorption of Congo red dye from aqueous solution using low cost natural adsorbents as an activated carbon from Coconut and groundnut shells. UV Characterization was taken to calculate the adsorption isotherms. Freundlich and Langmuir Isotherms are previously developed equation models for the explanation of the experimental data satisfactorily. With the experimental data obtained in this study, it is possible to design and optimize an economical treatment process for the removal of dye from industrial effluents. The present work indicates that the preparation of activated carbon has ability to remove organic dye from aqueous solutions.
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