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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for

2013-07-01  The ultrafine Mg0.27Fe2.50O4 nanoadsorbent had a high specific surface area of ~438.2 m (2)/g, and demonstrated a superior arsenic removal performance on both As (III) and As (V) at near neutral pH condition. Its adsorption capacities on As (III) and As (V) were found to be no less than 127.4 mg/g and 83.2 mg/g, respectively.

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for

2013-07-01  After the water treatment, however, the external magnetic field applied could induce its easy magnetic separation from treated water bodies. Then, the ultrafine Mg 0.27 Fe 2.50 O 4 nanoadsorbent could be easily recovered by NaOH washing and reused for arsenic removal.

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for

Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of 'Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for effective arsenic (III, V) removal and easy magnetic separation'. Together they form a unique fingerprint. Arsenic Engineering Materials Science Magnetic separation Engineering

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Elaboration of a [email protected] bimagnetic nanoadsorbent

2020-09-05  The magnetic core allows efficient magnetic separation from aqueous medium, while the shell confers adsorption capacity and long-term chemical stability. The nanoadsorbent was characterized by XRD, TEM, EDS, BET, FTIR, potentiometric-conductometric titrations and

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Core-Shell Bimagnetic Nanoadsorbents for Hexavalent Chromium

2019-01-15  The magnetically assisted chemical separation has a great potential for wastewater remediation since it combines the adsorption with the possibility of magnetic manipulation allowing the treatment of a large mass of wastewater in either batch or continuous systems, without secondary waste generation [ 15 ].

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for

Request PDF Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for effective arsenic (III, V) removal and easy magnetic separation By doping a proper amount of Mg(2+) (∼10%) into α-Fe2O3 ...

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Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of 'Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for effective arsenic (III, V) removal and easy magnetic separation'. Together they form a unique fingerprint. Arsenic Engineering Materials Science Magnetic separation Engineering

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Versatile nanoadsorbents based on magnetic mesostructured ...

2021-02-01  Abstract This paper addresses the development of new magnetic silica-based nanoadsorbents and evaluates their potential application in the removal of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs), polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and aliphatic hydrocarbons.

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for ...

It could be easily separated from treated water bodies with magnetic separation, and could be easily regenerated and reused while maintaining a high arsenic removal efficiency. This novel superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent may offer a simple single step adsorption treatment option to remove arsenic contamination from water without the pre-/post-treatment

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Review on nanoadsorbents: a solution for heavy metal ...

Most of the metal nanoadsorbents studied are iron oxide nanoparticles commonly called magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) [ 18, 19 ]. The presence of iron gives them magnetic properties that allow them to be easily separated from the wastewater using simple magnetic field. Also, they are relatively less toxic and cheaper.

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A novel hybrid nanoadsorbent for effective Hg2+ adsorption ...

2020-06-15  A previously used method (Xuan et al., 2009) was employed in the synthesis of the magnetic Fe 3 O 4 NPs. Typically, FeCl 3 (0.54 g) and NaAA (1.5 g) were first dissolved into a mixture of EG and DEG with the ratio of 1:3 respectively. After ultrasonication for 5 min., the mixture was kept under a magnetic stirrer for rigorous stirring.

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Magnetic nanostructures functionalized with a derived ...

2021-01-22  This can be correlated with the magnetic response of the nanoadsorbent, which serves as a cheap and simple separation process. Furthermore, a large specific surface area allows more active adsorption sites for the removal of heavy metals. Promising magnetic nanoadsorbents are based on magnetic iron oxide (MNPs), as they do not pose an

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for ...

Request PDF Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for effective arsenic (III, V) removal and easy magnetic separation By doping a

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Adsorption of reactive red dye (RR-120) on nanoadsorbent O ...

The high sensitivity of the magnetic nanoadsorbent to the external magnetic field culminates in its efficient and easy separation and good adsorption ability, demonstrating great potential in the application of water treatment. About. Cited by. Related. Back to tab navigation. Download options Please wait... Supplementary files. Supplementary information PDF (137K) Article information.

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for ...

By doping a proper amount of Mg2+ (∼10%) into α-Fe2O3 during a solvent thermal process, ultrafine magnesium ferrite (Mg0.27Fe2.50O4) nanocrystallites were successfully synthesized with the assistance of in situ self-formed NaCl "cage" to confine their crystal growth. Their ultrafine size (average size of ∼3.7 nm) and relatively low Mg-content conferred on them a

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Efficient Copper Removal from an Aqueous Anvironment using ...

Adsorbents’ magnetic response can serve as a simple and costless separation process, whereas nano-size and large specific surface area enables more active adsorption sites for HM removal. Such magnetic adsorbents based on magnetic iron-oxide (MNPs)

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for ...

It could be easily separated from treated water bodies with magnetic separation, and could be easily regenerated and reused while maintaining a high arsenic removal efficiency. This novel superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent may offer a simple single step adsorption treatment option to remove arsenic contamination from water without the pre-/post-treatment

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Review on nanoadsorbents: a solution for heavy metal ...

Most of the metal nanoadsorbents studied are iron oxide nanoparticles commonly called magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) [ 18, 19 ]. The presence of iron gives them magnetic properties that allow them to be easily separated from the wastewater using simple magnetic field. Also, they are relatively less toxic and cheaper.

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Elaboration of a [email protected] bimagnetic nanoadsorbent ...

The magnetic core allows efficient magnetic separation from aqueous medium, while the shell confers adsorption capacity and long-term chemical stability. The nanoadsorbent was characterized by XRD, TEM, EDS, BET, FTIR, potentiometric-conductometric titrations and SQUID magnetometry. The influence of major factors governing the efficiency of the

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Magnetic nanostructures functionalized with a derived ...

2021-01-22  This can be correlated with the magnetic response of the nanoadsorbent, which serves as a cheap and simple separation process. Furthermore, a large specific surface area allows more active adsorption sites for the removal of heavy metals. Promising magnetic nanoadsorbents are based on magnetic iron oxide (MNPs), as they do not pose an

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Adsorption of reactive red dye (RR-120) on nanoadsorbent O ...

The high sensitivity of the magnetic nanoadsorbent to the external magnetic field culminates in its efficient and easy separation and good adsorption ability, demonstrating great potential in the application of water treatment. About. Cited by. Related. Back to tab navigation. Download options Please wait... Supplementary files. Supplementary information PDF (137K) Article information.

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Size-Dependent Fluoride Removal Performance of a Magnetic ...

The magnetic separation efficiency, i.e., the ratio of the magnetic-trapped adsorbent amount to the feed adsorbent amount, was determined by measuring the

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Efficient Copper Removal from an Aqueous Anvironment using ...

Adsorbents’ magnetic response can serve as a simple and costless separation process, whereas nano-size and large specific surface area enables more active adsorption sites for HM removal. Such magnetic adsorbents based on magnetic iron-oxide (MNPs)

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for ...

By doping a proper amount of Mg2+ (∼10%) into α-Fe2O3 during a solvent thermal process, ultrafine magnesium ferrite (Mg0.27Fe2.50O4) nanocrystallites were successfully synthesized with the assistance of in situ self-formed NaCl "cage" to confine their crystal growth. Their ultrafine size (average size of ∼3.7 nm) and relatively low Mg-content conferred on them a

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Effective Removal of Heavy Metal Ions from Industrial ...

Excellent adsorption capacity of the modified nanoadsorbent together with other advantages such as reusability, easy separation, environmentally friendly composition, and freedom of interferences of alkaline earth metal ions make them suitable adsorbents for removal of heavy metal ions from environmental and industrial wastes.

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The proposed method based on using SiO2/MIL‐[email protected] nanoadsorbent is simple and fast owing to the magnetically‐assisted separation. Finally, the

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Magnetic nanostructures functionalized with a derived ...

2021-01-22  This can be correlated with the magnetic response of the nanoadsorbent, which serves as a cheap and simple separation process. Furthermore, a large specific surface area allows more active adsorption sites for the removal of heavy metals. Promising magnetic nanoadsorbents are based on magnetic iron oxide (MNPs), as they do not pose an environmental hazard and are economically

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Elaboration of a [email protected] bimagnetic nanoadsorbent ...

The magnetic core allows efficient magnetic separation from aqueous medium, while the shell confers adsorption capacity and long-term chemical stability. The nanoadsorbent was characterized by XRD, TEM, EDS, BET, FTIR, potentiometric-conductometric titrations and SQUID magnetometry. The influence of major factors governing the efficiency of the adsorption process such as the initial ...

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Effective and Selective Recovery of Precious Metals by ...

Magnetic separation has been applied as an effective method for solid-liquid phase separation techniques in the wastewater treatment and ... for effective and selective adsorption of gold(III), palladium(II) and platinum(IV) in acid aqueous solution. The magnetic nanoadsorbent was prepared by coating thiourea onto the surface of magnetite nanoparticles (MNP-Tu). MNP-Tu effectively adsorbed ...

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Adsorption of reactive red dye (RR-120) on nanoadsorbent O ...

The high sensitivity of the magnetic nanoadsorbent to the external magnetic field culminates in its efficient and easy separation and good adsorption ability, demonstrating great

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for ...

It could be easily separated from treated water bodies with magnetic separation, and could be easily regenerated and reused while maintaining a high arsenic removal efficiency. This novel superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent may offer a simple single step adsorption treatment option to remove arsenic contamination from water without the pre-/post-treatment

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A Novel Approach to Magnetic Nanoadsorbents with High ...

2007-01-02  Introduction Magnetic separation has been widely applied to various aspects in biotechnology, such as purification, 1 immunoassays, 2 gene transfer, 3 separation of transiently transfected cells, 4 and protein separation. 5 However, despite the potential benefits of this technology, it still remains limited to analytical or laboratory scales rather than preparative scale applications largely ...

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Adsorptive removal of heavy metals by magnetic ...

Magnetic nanoadsorbent has a great influence on the adsorption process and determines the potential of removal of Zn (II) ions through the number of binding sites available to remove metal ions at a specified metal initial concentration. The effect of Magnetic nanoadsorbent on Zn (II) ion removal is

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Solid phase extraction of doxorubicin using molecularly ...

The prepared nanoadsorbent could well disperse in the sample medium and could selectively remove the drug from an aqueous medium before its magnetic separation, under the optimum condition. The optimum pH (i.e., pH = 7.5) has a good match with the normal cellular fluid pH, and the removal efficiency decreased significantly by decreasing the pH.

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Superparamagnetic magnesium ferrite nanoadsorbent for ...

By doping a proper amount of Mg2+ (∼10%) into α-Fe2O3 during a solvent thermal process, ultrafine magnesium ferrite (Mg0.27Fe2.50O4) nanocrystallites were successfully synthesized with the assistance of in situ self-formed NaCl "cage" to confine their crystal growth. Their ultrafine size (average size of ∼3.7 nm) and relatively low Mg-content conferred on them a superparamagnetic behavior ...

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Highly selective isolation and purification of heme ...

N‐Methylimidazolium was immobilized onto silica‐coated magnetic nanoparticles via γ‐chloropropyl modification as a magnetic nanoadsorbent for heme protein separation. The particle size was about 90 nm without significant aggregation during the preparation process. Hemoglobin as one of heme proteins used in this experiment was compared with other nonheme proteins. It has been found that ...

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