Equilibrium and Kinetics Studies of the Adsorption of Basic Dyes onto PVOH Facilely Intercalated Kaolinite - A Comparative Study of Adsorption Efficiency
Keywords:Intercalation, polyvinyl alcohol, kaolinite, Basic dyes, adsorption equilibrium
Communication in Physical Sciences, 2021, 7(4): 331-347
Authors: Chigbundu C. Emmanuel* and Adebowale O. Kayode
Received:29 September 2021/Accepted 23 November 2021
Most basic dyes are known for their toxic impact on the environment, especially in the aquatic ecosystem. . Unfortunately, consistent discharge of dye containing wastes into most water bodies has generated serious challenges, which can only be solved through consistent research approaches. his study is designed to compare the adsorption capacities of purified (PRK) and polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) intercalated raw kaolinite (PIK) for the adsorption of some basic dyes from an aqueous solution. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) with energy dispersive X-ray (EDX), Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy and X-ray diffractometer (XRD) were used to verify changes in morphology, surface functional groups and crystal lattice sequence adjustment in PIK adsorbent. Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) and Point of Zero Charge (PZC) of both adsorbents were determined by methylene blue adsorption and salt addition technique, respectively. The adsorption characteristics of both adsorbents were investigated under various conditions such as varying adsorbent dosages, period of contact, temperature and pH. Thermodynamic parameters were used to evaluate the effect of temperature on the adsorption process, while non-linear regressions were used to fit the experimental data to various adsorption and kinetic models. UV-visible spectrometer was used to determine the absorbance of dyes left in the solution un-adsorbed throughout the experimental study. The morphology of PIK revealed a compacted structure with pores, while the crystal lattice adjustment of PIK showed basal plane contraction to 4.06Å when compared with PRK respectively. Surface functionality study revealed several peaks such as CH3 and CH2 assigned to 2893 and 2990 cm-1 respectively on PIK but absent on the FTIR graph of PRK. The adsorption isotherm model showed that PIK was twice efficient for the uptake of BR2 and BG5 compared to PRK. The Elovich model equation suitably described the adsorption kinetics while the thermodynamic parameters revealed that the adsorption was spontaneous and endothermic. In comparison to other desorption agents, acetic acid was found to be a good desorption agent.
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