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Title: Optimization of process parameters for brilliant green removal
Authors: Barman, G
Kumar, A
Keywords: Brilliant green
Adsorption
Taguchi
Rice husk ash
Issue Date: Mar-2011
Publisher: RACET-2011
Citation: International Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Engineering and Technology 10-12 March 2011, Kochi, India
Abstract: The Taguchi method was used as the experimental design to determine the optimum conditions of BG removal onto RHA from aqueous solution. The experimental conditions were studied in the range of 2-10 for pH, 5-500 min for time (t), 40-60 oC for temperature (T), and 10-500 mg/l initial adsorbate concentration (Co). Orthogonal array (OA) L25 (5^4) consisting of four parameters with five levels was chosen. The total optimum purification conditions obtained from this study were pH=6, t= 5, T= 50 and Co= 500, respectively.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2080/1459
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