Removal of Lead from Aqueous Medium Using Xanthate Modified Apple Juice Residue

Authors

  • Deepak Bashyal Central Departmenot of Chemistry
  • Puspa Lal Homagai Central Departmenot of Chemistry
  • Kedar Nath Ghimire Central Departmenot of Chemistry

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/jncs.v26i0.3632

Keywords:

Heavy metal, Biosorption, Xanthate, Iion exchange, Complexation

Abstract

This study investigated the feasibility of chemically modified apple juice residue as a
novel type of adsorbent for lead removal from aqueous medium. FTIR studies were carried
out to understand the type of functional groups in unmodified and modified apple juice
residue responsible for metal binding process. Equilibrium adsorption data were fitted in
terms of monolayer adsorption at pH 4 by batch method. The kinetics was studied for
biosorption processes and data were described by pseudo second order model. The
equilibrium constant and Gibbs free energy of the adsorption at 25°C were determined. The
mechanism of sorption was found to obey the ion exchange and complexation method.

Keywords: Heavy metal; Biosorption; Xanthate; Iion exchange; Complexation

DOI: 10.3126/jncs.v26i0.3632

Journal of Nepal Chemical Society
Vol. 26, 2010
Page: 53-60

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Author Biographies

Deepak Bashyal, Central Departmenot of Chemistry

Associate Professor, Central Department of Chemistry, T.U., Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal

Puspa Lal Homagai, Central Departmenot of Chemistry

Associate Professor, Central Department of Chemistry, T.U., Kirtipur,Kathmandu, Nepal

Kedar Nath Ghimire, Central Departmenot of Chemistry

Associate Professor and Chief, Central Department of Chemistry, T.U., Kirtipur, Nepal

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Bashyal, D., Homagai, P. L., & Ghimire, K. N. (2010). Removal of Lead from Aqueous Medium Using Xanthate Modified Apple Juice Residue. Journal of Nepal Chemical Society, 26, 53–60. https://doi.org/10.3126/jncs.v26i0.3632

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