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Removal of Cango Red Dye from Industrial Effluent Using Garlic Peel as a Bioadsobent

EasyChair Preprint no. 3465

8 pagesDate: May 23, 2020


Powder of garlic peel asbioadsorbenthas much tendency to adsorbcango red dye from industrial effluent. Along this encouragement a simple approach of UV-vis spectrophotometry technique assisted to generateLangmuir isotherm of adsorption of cango red dye (adsorbate) on powder of garlic peel (bioadsorbent). Adsorption study of dyes with UV-Vis spectrophotometry is one of the quick approaches.Garlic peel has much potential to remove cango red dye experimentally proved in this research study. Result indicate that factors pH, initialconcentration of dye, contact time, dose of bioadsorbentand temperaturehaveimpressive role on the adsorption of dye.Most importantly, removal of cango red dye by thebioadsorbentlike garlic peel is low cast practice which can be used in developing countries like Pakistan.

Keyphrases: Adsorbate & Adsorbent, Adsorption, Bioadsorbent, Cango red dye, Garlic peel, Industrial effluent, Langmuir isotherm

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  author = {Syed Ezaz Haider Gilani and Kashif Ali and Abdur Rehman and Aysha Bukhari and Seerat Younis},
  title = {Removal of Cango Red Dye from Industrial Effluent Using Garlic Peel as a Bioadsobent},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 3465},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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