Themed collection Adsorption and degradation of pollutants

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Open Access Review Article

A critical review on arsenic removal from water using iron-based adsorbents

The recent developments on iron-based adsorbents such as iron oxyhydroxides nanoparticles, zero-valent iron, bimetallic oxides, and iron oxyhydroxide-doped composite materials are fully discussed in this review.

Graphical abstract: A critical review on arsenic removal from water using iron-based adsorbents
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Regeneration performance of clay-based adsorbents for the removal of industrial dyes: a review

The present review covers the regeneration capacity and adsorption efficiency of different adsorbents for the treatment of industrial dyes to control water pollution.

Graphical abstract: Regeneration performance of clay-based adsorbents for the removal of industrial dyes: a review
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Open Access Review Article

Adsorptive environmental applications of MXene nanomaterials: a review

Due to their large specific surface area and abundant active surficial sites, MXenes can adsorb various environmental pollutants.

Graphical abstract: Adsorptive environmental applications of MXene nanomaterials: a review
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Review Article

Utilization of LDH-based materials as potential adsorbents and photocatalysts for the decontamination of dyes wastewater: a review

This review introduces briefly the use of LDH materials as adsorbents and catalysts for the decontamination of dyes wastewater.

Graphical abstract: Utilization of LDH-based materials as potential adsorbents and photocatalysts for the decontamination of dyes wastewater: a review
From the themed collection: Adsorption and degradation of pollutants
Review Article

The removal of heavy metal ions from wastewater/aqueous solution using polypyrrole-based adsorbents: a review

Water pollution caused by heavy metal ions is becoming a serious threat to human and aquatic lives day by day.

Graphical abstract: The removal of heavy metal ions from wastewater/aqueous solution using polypyrrole-based adsorbents: a review
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Review Article

Principles and mechanisms of photocatalytic dye degradation on TiO2 based photocatalysts: a comparative overview

Pictorial representation of all possible dye degradation reaction in UV light initiated indirect dye degradation mechanism. This mechanism is practically more important over visible light initiated direct mechanism.

Graphical abstract: Principles and mechanisms of photocatalytic dye degradation on TiO2 based photocatalysts: a comparative overview
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Photocatalytic degradation of methylene blue in ZIF-8

ZIF-8 was used to perform photocatalytic degradation of methylene blue, a typical organic dye.

Graphical abstract: Photocatalytic degradation of methylene blue in ZIF-8
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Open Access Paper

Engineered Fe3 triangle for the rapid and selective removal of aromatic cationic pollutants: complexity is not a necessity

A Fe3 triangle has been designed to serve as a filter for the elimination of cationic dye pollutants.

Graphical abstract: Engineered Fe3 triangle for the rapid and selective removal of aromatic cationic pollutants: complexity is not a necessity
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Open Access Paper

Glauconite clay-functionalized chitosan nanocomposites for efficient adsorptive removal of fluoride ions from polluted aqueous solutions

We herein have developed a mild approach for the fabrication of glauconite clay (G)-modified chitosan (CS) nanocomposites by the combination of a simple blending and crosslinking method.

Graphical abstract: Glauconite clay-functionalized chitosan nanocomposites for efficient adsorptive removal of fluoride ions from polluted aqueous solutions
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Open Access Paper

Metal (Cd, Cr, Ni, Pb) removal from environmentally relevant waters using polyvinylpyrrolidone-coated magnetite nanoparticles

PVP–Fe3O4 NPs synthesized with no organic solvents, low toxicity reactants and low temperature/energy requirements could remove Cd, Cr, Ni, Pb efficiently in the different synthetic water media under environmentally relevant conditions.

Graphical abstract: Metal (Cd, Cr, Ni, Pb) removal from environmentally relevant waters using polyvinylpyrrolidone-coated magnetite nanoparticles
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Open Access Paper

A direct Z-scheme Bi2WO6/NH2-UiO-66 nanocomposite as an efficient visible-light-driven photocatalyst for NO removal

To explore an efficient photocatalyst for NO pollution, a direct Z-scheme photocatalytic system is successfully fabricated by coupling Bi2WO6 with NH2-UiO-66 via a simple hydrothermal synthesis technique.

Graphical abstract: A direct Z-scheme Bi2WO6/NH2-UiO-66 nanocomposite as an efficient visible-light-driven photocatalyst for NO removal
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Open Access Paper

A facile preparation method for new two-component supramolecular hydrogels and their performances in adsorption, catalysis, and stimuli-response

New two-component supramolecular hydrogels were prepared via a self-assembly process, demonstrating potential applications in adsorption and catalysis as well as sensor materials.

Graphical abstract: A facile preparation method for new two-component supramolecular hydrogels and their performances in adsorption, catalysis, and stimuli-response
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Open Access Paper

Adsorption of mercury(II) with an Fe3O4 magnetic polypyrrole–graphene oxide nanocomposite

The Fe3O4 magnetic polypyrrole–graphene (PPy–GO) has a Langmuir adsorption capacities of 400.0 mg g−1 for Hg(II). And it has a favorable saturation magnetization of 19.0 emu g−1, easily separated from solutions via additional exterior magnets.

Graphical abstract: Adsorption of mercury(ii) with an Fe3O4 magnetic polypyrrole–graphene oxide nanocomposite
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Open Access Paper

Enhanced adsorptive removal of anionic and cationic dyes from single or mixed dye solutions using MOF PCN-222

MOF PCN-222 exhibits excellent adsorption/removal capacities for numerous anionic and cationic dyes individually and together in solutions.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced adsorptive removal of anionic and cationic dyes from single or mixed dye solutions using MOF PCN-222
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Open Access Paper

Comparative study of the photocatalytic performance for the degradation of different dyes by ZnIn2S4: adsorption, active species, and pathways

Comparative study of the photocatalytic performance for the degradation of different by ZnIn2S4 based on the adsorption of dyes, the active species and the degradation pathway.

Graphical abstract: Comparative study of the photocatalytic performance for the degradation of different dyes by ZnIn2S4: adsorption, active species, and pathways
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Open Access Paper

Heavy metals removal by EDTA-functionalized chitosan graphene oxide nanocomposites

Graphene-based two-dimensional materials have been explored in a variety of applications, including the treatment of heavy-metal-rich water/wastewater.

Graphical abstract: Heavy metals removal by EDTA-functionalized chitosan graphene oxide nanocomposites
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Open Access Paper

In situ TEMPO surface functionalization of nanocellulose membranes for enhanced adsorption of metal ions from aqueous medium

The current work demonstrates an innovative approach to develop nanocellulose based membranes via in situ TEMPO functionalization of the thin functional layer of cellulose nanocrystals (CNCBE) to enhance the metal ion adsorption capacity.

Graphical abstract: In situ TEMPO surface functionalization of nanocellulose membranes for enhanced adsorption of metal ions from aqueous medium
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Cobalt ferrite nanoparticles via a template-free hydrothermal route as an efficient nano-adsorbent for potential textile dye removal

We have reported herein the preparation of a pure cobalt ferrite (CoFe2O4) nanostructure, as an efficient nano-adsorbent, via a template-free hydrothermal and post thermal conversion route.

Graphical abstract: Cobalt ferrite nanoparticles via a template-free hydrothermal route as an efficient nano-adsorbent for potential textile dye removal
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Statistical experimental design, least squares-support vector machine (LS-SVM) and artificial neural network (ANN) methods for modeling the facilitated adsorption of methylene blue dye

This study is based on the usage of a composite of zinc sulfide nanoparticles with activated carbon (ZnS-NPs-AC) for the adsorption of methylene blue (MB) from aqueous solutions.

Graphical abstract: Statistical experimental design, least squares-support vector machine (LS-SVM) and artificial neural network (ANN) methods for modeling the facilitated adsorption of methylene blue dye
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Optimization of the process parameters for the adsorption of ternary dyes by Ni doped FeO(OH)-NWs–AC using response surface methodology and an artificial neural network

The present study deals with the simultaneous removal of chrysoidine G (CG), rhodamine B (RB) and disulfine blue (DB) by Ni doped ferric oxyhydroxide FeO(OH) nanowires on activated carbon (Ni doped FeO(OH)-NWs–AC).

Graphical abstract: Optimization of the process parameters for the adsorption of ternary dyes by Ni doped FeO(OH)-NWs–AC using response surface methodology and an artificial neural network
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Removal of cationic and anionic dyes from aqueous solution with magnetite/pectin and magnetite/silica/pectin hybrid nanocomposites: kinetic, isotherm and mechanism analysis

Novel adsorbents, magnetite nanoparticles modified with pectin shell and silica/pectin double shell, were fabricated and tested for single dye and dye mixture adsorption from water samples.

Graphical abstract: Removal of cationic and anionic dyes from aqueous solution with magnetite/pectin and magnetite/silica/pectin hybrid nanocomposites: kinetic, isotherm and mechanism analysis
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Removal of basic dye Auramine-O by ZnS:Cu nanoparticles loaded on activated carbon: optimization of parameters using response surface methodology with central composite design

FESEM images of the prepared ZnS:Cu-NPs-AC.

Graphical abstract: Removal of basic dye Auramine-O by ZnS:Cu nanoparticles loaded on activated carbon: optimization of parameters using response surface methodology with central composite design
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Graphene oxide-iron oxide and reduced graphene oxide-iron oxide hybrid materials for the removal of organic and inorganic pollutants

GO-iron oxide and RGO-iron oxide composites were synthesized and used for pollutant removal.

Graphical abstract: Graphene oxide-iron oxide and reduced graphene oxide-iron oxide hybrid materials for the removal of organic and inorganic pollutants
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Batch and bulk removal of hazardous colouring agent Rose Bengal by adsorption techniques using bottom ash as adsorbent

In this paper, adsorption methods are used for the removal of Rose Bengal from aqueous solutions.

Graphical abstract: Batch and bulk removal of hazardous colouring agent Rose Bengal by adsorption techniques using bottom ash as adsorbent
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