Environmental chemistry
1. Catalytic effect of Fe@Fe2O3 nanowires and Fenton process on carbamazepine removal from aqueous solutions using response surface methodology

M.M. Amin; S. Yousefinejad; M. Dehghani; S. Rahimi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Spring 2019, , Pages 213-224

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gjesm.2019.02.07

Abstract
  Carbamazepine is one of the hydrophilic compounds identified in aquatic environments. Due to toxicity and bio-stability of this psychotropic pharmaceutical in the environment and humans, its removal efficiency and mineralization are important. In this study, synthesized Fe@Fe2O3 nanowires were applied ...  Read More

Environmental chemistry
2. Speciation of heavy metals in coastal water of Qeshm Island in the Persian Gulf

A.R. Karbassi; S. Tajziehchi; H. Khoshgalb

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2018, , Pages 91-98

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gjesm.2018.04.01.009

Abstract
  Fuel storage tanks are one of the main sources of water pollution as well as loss of crude oil and oil products in refineries.  In the process of utilization of these tanks, considerable amounts of hydrocarbons may find their way into the coastal water, which eventually lead to loss of valuable ...  Read More

Environmental chemistry
3. Optimization of the catalytic ozonation process using copper oxide nanoparticles for the removal of benzene from aqueous solutions

L. Mohammadi; E. Bazrafshan; M. Noroozifar; A.R. Ansari-Moghaddama; A.R. Khazaei Feizabad; A.H. Mahvi

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 403-416

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gjesm.2017.03.04.006

Abstract
  The current study aimed to examine the overall feasibility of the use of copper oxide nanoparticles (CuO-NPs) as a catalyst in ozonation process for the removal of benzene from aqueous solutions under experimental conditions. This experimental study was conducted on a laboratory scale reactor in a semi-batch ...  Read More

Environmental chemistry
4. Preparation, characterization and phenol adsorption capacity of activated carbons from African beech wood sawdust

N.T. Abdel-Ghani; G.A. El-Chaghaby; F.S. Helal

Volume 2, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, , Pages 209-222

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/gjesm.2016.03.001

Abstract
  In the present study, different activated carbons were prepared from carbonized African beech wood sawdust by potassium hydroxide activation. The activated carbons were characterized by brunauer–emmett–teller, scanning electron microscope, fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, and thermogravimetric ...  Read More

Environmental chemistry
5. Parthenium hysterophorus: Novel adsorbent for the removal of heavy metals and dyes

S.A. Bapat; D.K. Jaspal

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, , Pages 135-144

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/gjesm.2016.02.004

Abstract
  Heavy metals and dyes are major contributors in contamination of water streams. These contaminants enter into our eco- system, thus posing a significant threat to public health, ecological equilibrium and environment. Thus a combined discharge of these contaminants results in water pollution with high ...  Read More

Environmental chemistry
6. Equilibrium and kinetic study for the adsorption of p-nitrophenol from wastewater using olive cake based activated carbon

N.T. Abdel-Ghani; E.S.A. Rawash; G.A. El-Chaghaby

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, , Pages 11-18

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/gjesm.2016.01.002

Abstract
  The present work was carried out to evaluate the removal of p-nitrophenol by adsorption onto olive cake based activated carbon having a BET surface area of 672 m²/g. The batch adsorption experimental results indicated that the equilibrium time for nitrophenol adsorption by olive cake-based activated ...  Read More

Environmental chemistry
7. Column operation studies for the removal of dyes and phenols using a low cost adsorbent

V. K. Gupta; Suhas; I. Tyagi; S. Agarwal; R. Singh; M. Chaudhary; A. Harit; S. Kushwaha

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, , Pages 1-10

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/gjesm.2016.01.001

Abstract
  Fertilizer plant waste carbon slurry has been investigated after some processing as an adsorbent for the removal of dyes and phenols using columns. The results show that the carbonaceous adsorbent prepared from carbon slurry being porous and having appreciable surface area (380 m2/g) can remove dyes ...  Read More