International Journal of Chemical Studies
  • Printed Journal
  • Indexed Journal
  • Refereed Journal
  • Peer Reviewed Journal
P-ISSN: 2349-8528, E-ISSN: 2321-4902   |   Impact Factor: GIF: 0.565 NAAS Rating: 5.31 NEW

International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 3 (2017)
Cresol and it derivative Organic pollutant removal from waste water by adsorption the magneto chitosan nanoparticle


Author(s): Jagram Meena and Dr. Pyar Singh Jassal

Abstract: Cresol and its derivatives organic pollutants are harmful to human health. Natural chitosan adsorbent, due to its considerable properties such as the presence of functional groups of –NH2 and -OH, non-toxicity, low cost, and biocompatible, has gained much attention in organic pollutant cresol removal. Therefore, in the present study, adsorption of cresol and it’s derivative ions was conducted in a adsorption isotherm system using magnetic chitosan nano composites. Most of these compounds are toxic and bio refractory organics pollutants they are resistant to microbial degradation The impure water is toxic and carcinogenic for human and animals and treatment of waste water with mangneto-chitosen Nano composites (MCNCs)can result in good water adsorption technique. A simple and an effective approach was used for preparing magneto nano composites (NC’s) on the surface of chitin. The MCNCs were characterized using analytical and spectroscopic techniques including, SEM, TEM, TEM EDAX of MCNCs etc. The MCNCs were optimized for removal of organic pollutants (o-cresol, m-cresol, p-cresol and it derivative), varying different amount of adsorbent, initial concentration of organic pollutants, pH etc. In optimum conditions MCNCs could recover organic pollutants, Cresols and derivatives removed (49%) by adsorption process from aqueous solution using man neto chitosan nano composites (MCNCs) Cresol and its d. The efficiency for removal of toxic cresol and its derivatives) in magnetic field magneto chitosan nanoparticles chitosan composites were studied to remove cresol and its derivatives organic pollutants from waste water. The MCNPs have high capacity as an adsorbent which could explore a new bio-compatible and eco-friendly strategy for organic pollutants removal, and appears to be the new promising material in water treatment application.

Pages: 850-854  |  567 Views  21 Downloads

download (4830KB)
How to cite this article:
Jagram Meena, Dr. Pyar Singh Jassal. Cresol and it derivative Organic pollutant removal from waste water by adsorption the magneto chitosan nanoparticle. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(3):850-854.
International Journal of Chemical Studies