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  • Efficient Photocatalytic Degradation of Malachite Green in

    Malachite green (MG) is a common triphenylmethane compound that was originally developed as a dye agent in leather tanning, textile dyeing and hair colorings, which was introduced as an ectoparasiticide, fungicide and antiseptic agent in aquaculture in 1933 [1,2].Indeed, MG has been extensively used in fisheries for many decades due to its low cost, ready availability, and high efficacy for

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  • Influence of Bacterial Detachment on the Bioflotation of

    The effects of the bacterial growth phase on the malachite flotation were investigated in a well-controlled Hallimond tube system. Rhodococcus opacus, which is one of representative hydrophobic bacteria, was employed for this study. The test results showed that the bacteria in the stationary phase exhibit two-fold greater floatability than those in mid-exponential phase.

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  • Items where Subject is "Divisions > Conferences > 11th

    Malekhoseani, H. and Mahanpoor, K. and Soufi, A. and Bardine, S. H. Kinetic Modeling of Liquid-phase Adsorption of Malachite Green on Activated Carbon Prepared from Almond shell. In 11th Iranian Physical Chemistry Seminar-July 2008, July 2008, Ardabil, Iran.

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  • The Biogeochemical Sulfur Cycle of Marine Sediments

    Apr 24, 2019 · Microbial dissimilatory sulfate reduction to sulfide is a predominant terminal pathway of organic matter mineralization in the anoxic seabed. Chemical or microbial oxidation of the produced sulfide establishes a complex network of pathways in the sulfur cycle, leading to intermediate sulfur species and partly back to sulfate.

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  • Muhammad Saad Published Paper SlideShare

    Dec 30, 2015 · Muhammad Saad Published Paper 1. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF S APPROACH AND THEIR EFFICACY FOR THE TREATMENT OF DYES ASSISTED SIMULATED Muhammad Saad, Department of Chemistry, University of Karachi, Pakistan ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT The current studies emphasises the synthesis of SnO adopting sol gel method.

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  • Problem In a first order decomposition reaction, 50% of a

    The decomposition of HCO2H follows first-order kinetics. HCO2H(g) CO2(g) + H2(g) The half-life for the reaction at a certain temperature is 44 seconds. How many seconds are needed for the formic acid concentration to decrease by 73%? asked by Ana on April 16, 2014; chemistry. Kc for the decomposition of ammonium hydrogen sulfide is 1.8 x 10-4

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  • Problem In a first order decomposition reaction, 50% of a

    Assume first order kinetics. Use the integrated rate law for a first order reaction. Remember at 75 percent reaction, 25 . asked by Bryan on September 19, 2012; Chemistry. What is the value of the rate constant for a reaction in which 75.0 percent of the compound in a given sample decomposes in 80.0 min? Assume first order kinetics.

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  • Bioenergy II An Assessment of the Kinetics of Butanol

    Hydrogen Sulfide Removal in Biofilter Evaluation of a New filter Material by Immobilization of Thiobacillus sp. Kinetics of Benzyl Butyrate Synthesis under Solid-Liquid Phase Transfer Catalysis; Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Chemical Looping Combustion Process with Calcium Sulphate Oxygen Carrier

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  • Prof Dr Mohd Azmier Ahmad Google Scholar Citations

    Removal of malachite green dye from aqueous solution using rambutan peel-based activated carbon Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies Present technologies for hydrogen sulfide removal from gaseous mixtures. AD Wiheeb, IK Shamsudin, MA Ahmad, MN Murat, J Kim, MR Othman Kinetics and equilibrium adsorption of iron (II), lead (II

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    8.Surface modification of malachite with ethanediamine and its effect on sulfidization flotation Feng, Qicheng; Zhao, Wenjuan; Wen, Shuming APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE 436 823-831 APR 1 2018 12 . 9.Passivity-based sliding-mode control design for optimal power extraction of a PMSG based variable speed wind turbine

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  • Actinometer Wikipedia

    The actinometer was invented by John Herschel in 1825; he introduced the term actinometer, the first of many uses of the prefix actin for scientific instruments, effects, and processes. The actinograph is a related device for estimating the actinic power of lighting for photography. Chemical actinometry

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  • Professor Jianglong Yu / Staff Profile / The University of

    Jianglong Yu obtained his PhD degree from Chemical Engineering of the University of Newcastle in 2003. In the following two years, he worked in Monash University as a postdoc research fellow. He was offered an academic position in 2005 in Shenyang Aerospace University and acted as the Director of Thermal Energy Research Centre.

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  • Ammonium sulphate as promoting agent of the

    This paper presents the results obtained with the use of ammonium sulphate as activator of the sulphidized xanthate flotation. Although ammonium sulphate has been mentioned in the literature as a promoting agent of the sulphidized xanthate flotation of malachite, its effects on the flotation of cobalt oxides was not known.

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  • Formation of zinc sulfide species during roasting of ZnO

    The results showed that the sulfidization extent of zinc reached 85.62% and the zinc grade increased from 14.07% to 25.12% after one stage of flotation. However, the previous researches about sulfidization roasting have been mainly restricted to the investigation of process optimization.

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  • Interaction mechanism and kinetics of ferrous sulfide and

    Purpose. The oxidation of ferrous sulfide (FeS) causes soil acidification and the release of toxic heavy metal ions. Manganese oxides usually participate in the oxidation of FeS and affect the geochemical cycling of elemental Fe and S.

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  • Minerals Free Full-Text Response Surface Methodology

    Response surface methodology is used to optimize the leaching process for refractory flotation copper tailings. The proportion of the refractory combination oxide copper (chrysocolla) is 64.84%. At present, few studies have examined the leaching of chrysocolla. In this study, we examine the effects of several variables, including the amount of concentrated sulfuric acid, leaching temperature

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  • Glycine as a Lixiviant for the Leaching of Low Grade

    30 2.5.1.2 Kinetics of Malachite Leaching in Ammoniacal Solutions Malachite, being the most common copper oxide mineral and easily amenable to alkaline leaching, has attracted a substantial amount of research on its leaching kinetics by ammonia/ammonium salt solutions such as (NH4)2CO3, (NH4)2SO4 or NH4Cl (Wang et al., 2009).

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  • Effect of Desliming on Flotation Response of Kansanshi

    The Kansanshi mixed copper sulfide-oxide ore contains significant proportions of fine material manifesting in a variety of processing challenges. This paper presents the work which was carried out to evaluate the efficacy of desliming in improving the flotation response of the ore. Two modes of desliming were investigated, namely; sieving and elutriation after which the deslimed material was

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    A successful operational initiative in copper oxide

    containing 3.1% Cu (malachite). The presence of 39% Cu in38 µm size fraction (fine particles) of feed led to poor grades and recoveries in the initial tests. The addition of sodium sulfide and subsequent flotation at three sequential stages was identified as a successful operational initiative to solve this problem in the following tests.

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  • Formaldehyde Wikipedia

    Formaldehyde is an important precursor to many other materials and chemical compounds. In 1996, the installed capacity for the production of formaldehyde was estimated at 8.7 million tons per year. It is mainly used in the production of industrial resins, e.g., for particle board and coatings.. In view of its widespread use, toxicity, and volatility, formaldehyde poses a significant danger to

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  • Equilibrium and Kinetics of Reactive Extraction of

    Sorption Kinetics and Equilibrium Analysis for the Removal of Reactive Red 2 and Reactive Blue 81 Dyes from Synthetic Effluents Using Dried Soya Bean Meal; Equilibrium and Kinetics of Reactive Extraction of Propionic Acid Using Aliquat 336 and Tri-n-Butyl Phosphate in n-Hexanol

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  • Integrating Treatment of Neutralization with Sulfidic

    The overall objectives of the research were (1) to study the capability of sodium hydrosulfide (NaHS) and sulfidic natural water (SNW) of Sebau in recovery of Cu 2+, (2) to investigate the potency of integrating treatments of neutralization with sulfidization using SNW of Sebau in removing Cu 2+ from acid mine drainage (AMD) collected from Batu Hijau site.

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  • Frontiers The Biogeochemical Sulfur Cycle of Marine

    Microbial dissimilatory sulfate reduction to sulfide is a predominant terminal pathway of organic matter mineralization in the anoxic seabed. Chemical or microbial oxidation of the produced sulfide establishes a complex network of pathways in the sulfur cycle, leading to intermediate sulfur species and partly back to sulfate. The intermediates include elemental sulfur, polysulfides

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  • Chemical Engineering Communications Vol 206, No 10

    Feb 25, 2020 · Application of adaptive neuro-fuzzy interference system on biosorption of malachite green using fir MODELING AND SIMULATION OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE REMOVAL FROM PETROLEUM PRODUCTION LINES BY CHEMICAL SCAVENGERS Rajagopal et al. Volume 196, 2009 Issue 10 ON THE KINETICS BETWEEN CO 2 AND ALKANOLAMINES BOTH IN AQUEOUS

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  • Removal of Rhodamine B from aqueous solutions and

    The adsorption process was highly pH dependent and a maximum adsorption was achieved at pH 3.0. The best fit for the rates of dye adsorption was a pseudo-second-order kinetic model with good correlation coefficients (R 2

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  • Hydrogen Sulfide Removal in Biofilter Evaluation of a New

    Hydrogen Sulfide Removal in Biofilter Evaluation of a New filter Material by Immobilization of Thiobacillus sp. Kinetics of Benzyl Butyrate Synthesis under Solid-Liquid Phase Transfer Catalysis; Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Chemical Looping Combustion Process with Calcium Sulphate Oxygen Carrier

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  • Superior Fluorogen-Activating Protein Probes Based on 3

    A series of novel fluorogenic dyes based on 3-indoleMalachite Green, MGs 57, have been developed that are dark in solution but highly fluorescent when bound to the cognate reporter, fluorogen-activating protein (FAP). Significantly, the new MGs 57 probes are superior to the traditional MG 1 with high fluorescent efficiency and low toxicity to cells while maintaining the large

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  • Solution Chemistry Free Download

    In fact, the amount of dissolved carbonate from atmospheric CO2 does exceed that required to convert apatite to calcite under high pH conditions. Although the kinetics of such transformations is not known, such reactions can be important in determining the surface characteristics of minerals.

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  • Minerals Engineering International Online Froth

    Cheng Liu, Shaoxian Song, Hongqiang Li, Guanghua Ai, Sulfidization flotation performance of malachite in the presence of calcite, Minerals Engineering, Vol. 132, 2019. Ilgin Kursun, Mert Terzi, Orhan Ozdemir, Determination of surface chemistry and flotation properties of rare earth mineral allanite, Minerals Engineering, Vol. 132, 2019

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  • Sulfide Oxidation

    The first leaching step is the release of trace metals from the mineral phase due to sulfide oxidation. Sulfate was the ultimate reaction product in both the laboratory and the field, a result of the pH and oxidizing conditions which prevailed, and the relatively long reaction time. The rate of sulfide oxidation observed in batch reactors was a function of available sulfide surface area

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  • Chemical Engineering Communications Vol 207, No 4

    MODELING AND SIMULATION OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE REMOVAL FROM PETROLEUM PRODUCTION LINES BY CHEMICAL SCAVENGERS Rajagopal et al. Volume 196, 2009 Issue 10. Published online 12 May 2009 Views 8137 ON THE KINETICS BETWEEN CO 2 AND ALKANOLAMINES BOTH IN AQUEOUS AND NON-AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS. AN OVERVIEW

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  • Column operation studies for the removal of dyes and

    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 both cationic (meldola blue, methylene blue, chrysoidine G, crystal violet) as well as anionic

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