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Formation Fe2O3 Nanowalls through Solvent-Assisted Hydrothermal Process and Their Application for Titan Yellow GR Dye Degradation
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Formation Fe2O3 Nanowalls through Solvent-Assisted Hydrothermal Process and Their Application for Titan Yellow GR Dye Degradation
Ahmed, Khalid Abdelazez Mohamed;
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 Abstract
Hematite iron oxide (-) nanowalls were fabricated on aluminum substrate by a facile solvent-assisted hydrothermal oxidation process. The XRD and EDS patterns indicate that the sample has a rhombohedral phase of hematite . FE-SEM, TEM, HR-TEM, SA-ED were employed to characterize the resulting materials. adsorption-desorption isotherms was used to study a BET surface area. Their capability of catalytic degradation of titan yellow GR azo dye with air oxygen in aqueous solution over catalysts was studied. The result indicates that the as-prepared product has a high catalytic activity, because it has a larger surface area. Langmuir and Freundlich isotherms of adsorption dye on the catalysts surface were investigated and the decomposition of titan yellow GR follows pseudo-first order kinetic.
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Iron oxide;Synthesis;Nanowalls;Catalyst;Titan yellow GR;
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