Date palm biochar application to remove binary mixtures of Atenolol, Ibuprofen and Sulfamethoxazole from aqueous solution: Experimental and statistical physics modeling: Bioresource Technology Reports

J.F. Shaheen, Y.H. Fseha, B. Sizirici

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Abstract

Date palm-derived biochar (DPF600) was utilized to remove and adsorb commonly occurring pharmaceuticals such as atenolol (ATE), sulfamethoxazole (SMX), and ibuprofen (IBP) as binary solutes. Factors such as pH, concentrations, dosage and contact time were varied and optimal conditions were determined. The binary mixtures ATE+IBP, ATE+SMX, and IBP + SMX best fit the Freundlich and pseudo-second-order models. From the competitive monolayer model, it was observed that SMX preferentially adsorbed onto DPF600 followed by IBP and ATE. Calculated adsorption energies for all binary mixtures were
Original languageBritish English
JournalBioresour. Technol. Rep.
Volume24
DOIs
StatePublished - 2023

Keywords

  • Adsorption energy
  • Competitive monolayer model
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Physisorption
  • Regeneration
  • Synergistic effect
  • Binary mixtures
  • Chemical stability
  • Hydrogen bonds
  • Hydrophobicity
  • Statistical Physics
  • Adsorption energies
  • Atenolol
  • Biochar
  • Date palm
  • Experimental physics
  • Statistical physics
  • Sulfamethoxazole
  • Monolayers
  • adsorbent
  • atenolol
  • carbon
  • charcoal
  • functional group
  • ibuprofen
  • sulfamethoxazole
  • adsorption kinetics
  • aqueous solution
  • Article
  • Brunauer Emmett Teller method
  • chemisorption
  • complex formation
  • concentration (parameter)
  • contact time
  • controlled study
  • date (fruit)
  • desorption
  • energy dispersive X ray spectroscopy
  • Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
  • hydrogen bond
  • hydrophobicity
  • molecular weight
  • pH
  • physisorption
  • pore size
  • pore volume
  • reduction (chemistry)
  • scanning electron microscopy
  • solute
  • static electricity
  • surface area
  • surface charge
  • surface property
  • thermodynamics
  • waste component removal
  • waste water management
  • X ray diffraction

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