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Studies On The Adsorption Of Methylene Blue Dye From The Production Of Activated Carbon Using Spathiphyllum Wallisii Leaves, Dolichus Lablab Peal, And Cycas Circinalis Leaves.

Volume 5 - Issue 12, December 2022 Edition
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Mubashira khaleel
Activated carbon, waste water, Adsorption, Methylene blue dye, Low cost adsorbent, EDX, FT – IR.
The term pollutant, in a broad sense, refers to a substance/material that changes the natural quality of the environment by physical, chemical, or biological means. Thus, we may have pollution in air, water, and soil. As this review article deals with their removal of pollutants from wastewater, only pollutants generally present in effluents are described here. The three main activities that mankind indulges in are domestic, agricultural, and industrial. in all of these activities, a large amount of fresh water is used, which is discharged as wastewater containing different pollutants . Type of activity these may be various inorganic and organic chemicals and biological agents as well as heat and radiations. Methylene blue is the most soluble dye in water in general used for printing cotton and tannin, dyeing leather, antiseptic and medical purposes. Cationic dyes like methylene blue (MB) are more toxic than anionic dyes. Dyes are complex and sensitive chemicals. A dye is a colored substance that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is being applied.
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