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SRP. 2020; 11(4): 725-730


Removal of Brilliant Dyes from its Aqueous Solution by Adsorption on Siliceous Rocks

Afiaa Abdul Rassol Abdul Kareem, Ammar Jasim Mohammed.

Abstract
In this study involves removing of Brilliant Dyes, were which (Brilliant Green {BG} and Brilliant Cresyl Blue {BCB}) by using Iraqi Siliceous Rocks Powder (SRP). Adsorption isotherms were studied and the factors which prefer it, like temperature and salt effect, Adsorption isotherms of dyes, Brilliant Cresyl Blue {BCB} was found to be comparable to Langmuir equation according to Giles classification, isotherms dye Brilliant Green {BG} was found to be comparable to Freundlich equation more than dye Brilliant Blue {BCB} according to Giles classification. The adsorption process on this surface (SRP) studied at different temperatures, the results showed that the adsorption of dyes (BCB, BG) on the surface increased with increased temperature (Endothermic process). According to valuable to the above results of the thermodynamic functions (ΔG, ΔS, ΔH) were calculated. The salt effect on the adsorption of dyes at (20C) it was found that the adsorption increased by the presence of salt. The kinetics of the adsorption was studied, the results were treated according to (Lagergren equation) and treated according to the second-order equation model. The kinetics experimental data showed that the adsorption was pseudo order and changes according to the changing conditions.

Key words: Siliceous Rock, Adsorption, Brilliant Green, Brilliant Cresyl Blue






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