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Katedra Inżynierii Środowiska, Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie, ul. Warszawska 117a, 10-719 Olsztyn
Publication date: 2016-05-01
Inż. Ekolog. 2016; 47:95–103
In this study the effectiveness of sorption Basic Violet 10 were examined (the popular in the industry cationic dye), on 6 different non-conventional sorbents: chitin, sawdust, compost, silage corn, zeolite and fly ash. For each test sorbent was determined optimum pH of sorption. Was also a designated the maximum sorption capacity with respect to the Basic Violet 10. The results obtained were analyzed with the use of three sorption isotherms: Freundlich, Langmuir and double Langmuir. Among the organic sorbents tested, the highest capacity relative to Basic Violet 10 shown sawdust (Qmax = 156.5 mg/g) and corn silage (Qmax = 180.8 mg/g). In the case of mineral sorbents such as zeolite or fly ash, the maximum absorptive capacity Basic Violet 10 was respectively Qmax = 144.1 mg/g and 170.1 mg/g.
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