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Removal of Pharmaceutical Amoxicillin drug by using (CNT) decorated Clay/ Fe2O3 Micro/Nanocomposite as effective adsorbent: Process optimization for ultrasound-assisted adsorption

Author: ASEEL ALJEBOREE, ABASS NOOR ALSHIRIFI, AYAD F. ALKAIM
Abstract: Synthesis of C decorates /Clay /Fe2O3 as a new Micro/Nanocomposite adsorbent for removal of pollutants (Amoxiciline AMX) from aqueous solutions. These Micro/Nanocomposites are synthesized by using the hydrothermal method, and loaded with type of carbon (CNT) on Clay surface. The physical characterizations of these prepared materials have been studied. The obtained powders are characterized by using different techniques EDX, XRF, and TEM. The optimum condition of the Effect of Sono/Adsorption parameters including (Effect of contact time, adsorbent dose, Initial drug concentration and pH) for drug (Amoxicillin AMX) by using ((CNT) decorated Clay/ Fe2O3 Micro/Nanocomposite)) surfaces as Adsorbents. The results of the adsorption study show that Percentage removal increases with the increase of the catalyst mass; and sonication adsorption time. The optimized value of agitation time is 60 minutes after which the adsorption becomes constant .
Keyword: Pharmaceuticals, Amoxicillin, CNT, Adsorption, Ultrasound, Clay.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.012
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