EDX AND XRD, FT-IR SPECTRA, ANALYSIS CONTAINING HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM METAL ION ADSORPTION PRESENT IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION ON TO PHOSPHORIC ACID (H3PO4) ACTIVATED MIMUSOPS ELENGI LEAVES CARBON

  • A Elavarasan Sengunthar College of Engineering Tiruchengode. 637 205, Namakkal, Tamilnadu. India

Abstract

Adsorption studies were carried out by observing the effects of various experimental parameters removal of Chromium from Aqueous solution. Morphology of adsorbent due to adsorption has been analyzed PH, FT-IR spectra, EDX and XRD analysis. Adsorption interactions of hexavalent chromium metal ion onto PTMAC and STMAC from aqueous solution. Using FT-IR spectra, and XRD techniques.and EDX studies revealed that the possibility of partial chemisorption though maximum adsorption is physical in nature. EDX showed the morphological observations of loaded and unloaded adsorbents. XRD studies exhibited the crystalline nature of unloaded adsorbent compared with loaded adsorbent.


Keywords: PH, FT-IR spectra, EDX and XRD analysis, PTMAC, STMAC.

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A Elavarasan, Sengunthar College of Engineering Tiruchengode. 637 205, Namakkal, Tamilnadu. India

Sengunthar College of Engineering Tiruchengode. 637 205, Namakkal, Tamilnadu. India

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Elavarasan, A. (2018). EDX AND XRD, FT-IR SPECTRA, ANALYSIS CONTAINING HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM METAL ION ADSORPTION PRESENT IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION ON TO PHOSPHORIC ACID (H3PO4) ACTIVATED MIMUSOPS ELENGI LEAVES CARBON. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 8(5-s), 132-138. https://doi.org/10.22270/jddt.v8i5-s.1917
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