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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The removal of reactive dyes from aqueous solutions using chemically modified mesoporous silica in the presence of anionic surfactant-The temperature dependence and a thermodynamic multivariate analysis
Author: Cestaria, AR
Vieira, EFS
Vieira, GS
da Costa, LP
Tavares, AMG
Loh, W
Airoldi, C
Abstract: The three-para meter Sips adsorption model was successfully employed to modeled equilibrium adsorption data of a yellow and a red dye onto a rnesoporous aminopropyl-silica, in the presence of the surfactant sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate (DBS) from 25 to 55 degrees C. The results were evaluated in relation to the previously reported surface tension measurements. The presence of curvatures of the van(T)t Hoff plots suggested the presence of non-zero, heat capacities terms (Delta(ads)C(p)). For the yellow dye, it is observed that the values of Delta(ads)H are almost all positive and they decrease in endothermicity, in the absence and in the presence of DBS, from 25 to 55 degrees C. For the red dye, there is ail increase in endothermicity in relation to the temperature increase. The negative Delta(ads)G values indicate spontaneous adsorption processes. Almost all adsorption entropy values (Delta(ads)S) were positive. This suggests that entropy is a driving force of adsorption. The adsorption thermodynamic parameters were also evaluated using a new 2(3) full factorial design analysis. The multivariate polynomial modelings indicated that the thermodynamic parameters are also affected by important interactive effects of the experimental factors and not by the temperature changes alone. (C) 2008 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Subject: Silica gel
Country: Holanda
Editor: Elsevier Science Bv
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2008.03.091
Date Issue: 2009
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