alexa Preparation and Characterisation A Catalytic System Cu-Clay for Catalytic Oxidation of Methyl Orange with H2O2
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Preparation and Characterisation A Catalytic System Cu-Clay for Catalytic Oxidation of Methyl Orange with H2O2

 
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In this work, the decolorization of Methyl Orange was conducted using catalysts prepared by impregnation of copper on natural clay in the presence of H2O2. The catalysts Cu-clay, prepared from the concentrated metal precursor of (impregnation ratio, W(Cu(NO3)2)/W(clay) = 1,5%–7,5%) were characterized by several methods such as X-ray diffraction (XRD), electronic scan microscopy (SEM), x-ray fluorescence (FX), and Brunauer–Emmett– Teller (BET). Important factors affecting catalyst activity and methyl orange removal efficiencies were studied: the effects of temperature, oxidant concentration, and catalyst dosage. The results showed, a very significant activation of hydrogen peroxide by the catalyst, the Methyl Orange depletion percentage reaching 94 % after 2 h, and very stability of the catalyst. It was also observed that the best catalyst, at a reaction temperature of 25°C. 2,5ml of H2O2 and 4.0 g/L of 5% Cu-clay, 94% decolorization was achieved within 120 min treatment. Although the Cu show high activity, their stability and reusability still need improvement.

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