Decolorization of Two Azo and Two Anthra- Quinone Dyes from the Dye Effluent using Tunic of Allium cepa derived activated carbon. The Response Surface Methodology


Research Paper (postgraduate), 2016

42 Pages, Grade: A


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CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION

2. MATERIAL AND METHODS
Dye Effluent Collection:
Collection of Adsorbents :
Response Surface Methodology
Surface Characterization of Adsorbent:

3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Characterization of Activated Carbon derived from Tunic of Allium Cepa
Optimization using Response Surface Methodology (RSM): Optimization of the selected parameters using CCD and BBD.
Interpretation of residual graphs:
Interaction effects of Adsorption variables:

4. CONCLUSION

5. REFERENCES

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Title
Decolorization of Two Azo and Two Anthra- Quinone Dyes from the Dye Effluent using Tunic of Allium cepa derived activated carbon. The Response Surface Methodology
College
Andhra University  (College of Engineering)
Course
Chemical Engineering
Grade
A
Authors
Year
2016
Pages
42
Catalog Number
V318617
ISBN (eBook)
9783668193987
ISBN (Book)
9783668193994
File size
884 KB
Language
English
Keywords
decolorization, anthra-, quinone, dyes, effluent, tunic, allium, response, surface, methodology
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Dr. Meena Vangalapati (Author)Dr. M. Sumalatha (Author)Dr. L. Rama Devi (Author), 2016, Decolorization of Two Azo and Two Anthra- Quinone Dyes from the Dye Effluent using Tunic of Allium cepa derived activated carbon. The Response Surface Methodology, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/318617

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