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Empirical Equilibrium Study on Rice Husk and Eggshells as Low Cost Bioadsorbent for the Methylene Blue Removal

Two forms of common agricultural waste were used as bioadsorbent to remove Methylene Blue dye from aqueous solution, eggshells and rice husk, two forms of significant agricultural waste. Moreover, the analysis of rice husks' pore size and volume shows that dye has a higher adsorptivity toward dye than eggshell porosity. The eggshells and rice husks bioadsorbent was found to treat industrial textile wastewater with rice husks as the most effective bioadsorbent in removing MBD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/amm.699.221


Ultrasound-guided percutaneous injection of methylene blue to identify nerve pathology and guide surgery

RESULTS INTENTIONS A group of 13 patients with varying indications of peripheral nerve injury are shown in this series, in which ultrasound information, stimulation, and MB were used to localize and develop a road map for surgeries. CONCLUSIONS PREoperative ultrasound-guided MB administration is a promising method that peripheral nerve surgeons can use to plan and perform surgery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2015.6.focus15220


Preparation of a Heterogeneous Catalyst CuO-Fe2O3/CTS-ATP and Degradation of Methylene Blue and Ciprofloxacin

The particle catalyst used attapulgite wrapped by chitosan as support, with dual metal oxides CuO and Fe2O3 as active components. The catalyst was used to degrade methylene blue and ciprofloxacin, and the experimental findings revealed that the degradation ratios of MB and CIP can be between 91. 9 percent and 86. 2% under the optimal conditions. The final products of MB and CIP degradation were also identified by HPLC-MS, and the potential degradation pathways were introduced.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/coatings12050559


Efficient degradation of methyl orange and methylene blue in aqueous solution using a novel Fenton-like catalyst of CuCo-ZIFs

Using a novel Fenton-like catalytic reaction, the synthesized CuCo-zeolitic imidazolate framework catalyst was used to degrade methyl orange and methylene blue in water in this study. The results showed that CuCo-ZIF concentrations had a major influence on MO and MB decomposition performance. Both MO and MB degraded as a result of H2O 2 exposure. After four times and five times reuse, respectively, the CuCo-ZIF catalyst demonstrated a good recyclability with more than 90% removal of MO and MB after four times and five times reuse.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1515/gps-2022-0006


Kinetics of methylene blue degradation in VUV/UVC irradiation process and the role of hydroxyl radical

Abstract of the VUV/UVC-based AOPs' study of methylene blue decomposition by a series of experiments. The degradation kinetics and mechanisms of methylene blue by a chemical-free technology VUV/UVC irradiation were systematically investigated in bench scale for the first time. We first investigated the influence of reaction conditions, e. g. , VUV power, temperature, initial pH, and initial MB concentration on the VUV/UVC irradiation process. We found that MB degradation by VUV/UVC irradiation is an endothermic reaction, and the apparent activation energy was calculated to be 14. 72 kJmol -1, which is similar to the UVC/TiO 2 and electrical discharge plasma system, with higher VUV power and lower initial MB concentration increasing enhancement results. hydroxyl radical plays the most prominent role in the VUV/UVC irradiation scheme, relative to VUV/UVC and UVC/H 2 O 2 processes, while both OH and HO 2 play a role in traditional UVC/V O 2 reactions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1349045/v1


Methylene blue removal using grape leaves waste: optimization and modeling

Abstract of the present study The present research explores the development of activated carbon from grape leaves as a low-cost, non-toxic, fast, and widely available adsorbent for the removal of methylene blue from aqueous solution. With DoE software version 8. 0. 0, experimental design and data modeling have been carried out. Using the response surface method, the influence of independent variables including initial dye concentration, pH, contact time, and adsorbent dosage was determined on dye removal.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13201-022-01648-w


Removal of methylene blue dye from aqueous solutions using polymer inclusion membrane technology

Cellulose triacetate monomer base, 2-NPOE as a plasticizer, and Calix[4]resorcinarene as a carrier were constructed and characterized, as a carrier. PIMs were used in the removal of Methylene Blue dye from the model solution as synthetic aqueous wastewater. In addition, the effects of various parameters, including internal and external PIMs environments, on MB's transport results were also investigated. The results, which revealed that the carrier and plasticizer in the membrane had a significant effect on PIMs' property. Initial concentration was 100 mg/L in the stripping phase, with the highest flux value being " 8. 88 10 – 7 mol. m – 1" established with a calix [4] resorcinarene as a transporter in polymer inclusion membrane at pH 11 in the feed and 0. 3 M HCl in the stripping phase.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13201-022-01627-1


Molecular Dynamics Approaches Dissect Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Methylene Blue–Glycosaminoglycan Interactions

Glycosaminoglycans are a class of chemically active linear polysaccharides involved in a number of biologically active processes in the extracellular matrix by interactions with a variety of molecules, including proteins, peptides, and small organic molecules. A GAG binding agent, the metachromatic dye methylene blue. In addition, the effect of MB binding on GAG conformation was also evaluated. Our results contribute to the growing body of small molecule-GAG interactions and may be particularly useful for novel drug discovery and putative disease therapies in which GAGs are involved.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules27092654


Mg/Al-chitosan as a Selective Adsorbent in The Removal of Methylene Blue from Aqueous Solutions

Dye pollution caused by dye pollution can be deposed by adsorption techniques that use adsorbents such as LDH. The peaks that appear in Mg/Al-chitosan are remarkably similar to the constituent materials' typical peaks, such as Mg/Al and chitosan, according to an XRD report. The spectrum in Mg/Al-chitosan is similar to that in Mg/Al and chitosan, according to FTIR analysis, where the appearance is similar to that found in Mg/Al-chitosan. Mg/Al's surface area has increased since being upgraded to Mg/Al-chitosan from 5. 845 m2/g to 24. 556 m2/g, as well as BET analysis, where there is an increase in the surface area of Mg/Al after being modified to Mg/Al/Al'san from 5. 845 m2/g to 24. 556 m2/g. Methylene blue was the most specific dye for the Mg/Al-chitosan adsorbent, and first with the most selective dye for the Mg/Al-chitosan adsorbent was carried out first in this research. Methylene blue production, adsorption thermodynamics and adsorption thermodynamics, as well as a adsorbent regeneration study, was continuing for adsorption reactions such as isotherm adsorption thermodynamics and adsorption thermodynamics.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.26554/sti.2022.7.2.170-178


Synthesis of NaA Zeolite from Blast Furnace Slag (BFS) and Its Utilization for Adsorption of Basic Dye (Methylene Blue)

Abstract The adsorption process of methylene blue onto blast furnace slag based zeolite was addressed. According to 19. 61 wt. %, 3. 06 meq/g, and 27. 55 m 2 respectively, the BFSZ samples' Na 2 O content, CEC value, and SSA value of the BFSZ samples had substantially raised to 19. 61 m 2. g 1 respectively, and 27. 55 m 2. g 1.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/2224/1/012068

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