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Erythromycin scavenging from aqueous solutions by zeolitic materials derived from fly ash / Agnieszka GRELA, Joanna KUC, Agnieszka KLIMEK, Jakub MATUSIK, Justyna Pamuła, Wojciech Franus, Kamil Urbański, Tomasz BAJDA // Molecules [Dokument elektroniczny]. — Czasopismo elektroniczne ; ISSN 1420-3049. — 2023 — vol. 28 iss. 2 art. no. 798, s. 1–20. — Wymagania systemowe: Adobe Reader. — Bibliogr. s. 17–20, Abstr. — Publikacja dostępna online od: 2023-01-13. — A. Grela - dod. afiliacja: Faculty of Environmental and Power Engineering, Department of Geoengineering and Water Management, Cracow University of Technology. — J. Kuc - dod. afiliacja: Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Cracow University of Technology

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wastewaterremovalBehnajady–Modirshahl–Ghanber (BMG) kinetic modelerythromycinzeolite from fly ashcarbon-zeolite compositesadsorption

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ID BaDAP144750
Data dodania do BaDAP2023-01-17
Tekst źródłowyURL
Rok publikacji2023
Typ publikacjiartykuł w czasopiśmie
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Erythromycin (EA) is an antibiotic whose concentration in water and wastewater has been reported to be above the standard levels. Since the methods used so far to remove EA from aquatic environments have not been effective, the development of effective methods for EA removal is necessary. In the present study, fly ash (FA)-based zeolite materials, which have not been investigated as EA sorbents before, were used. The possibilities of managing waste FA and using its transformation products for EA sorption were presented. The efficiency of EA removal from experimental solutions and real wastewater was evaluated. In addition, the sorbents’ mineral composition, chemical composition, and physicochemical properties and the effects of adsorbent mass, contact time, initial EA concentration, and pH on EA removal were analyzed. The EA was removed within the first 2 min of the reaction with an efficiency of 99% from experimental solutions and 94% from real wastewater. The maximum adsorption capacities were 314.7 mg g−1 for the fly ash-based synthetic zeolite (NaP1_FA) and 363.0 mg g−1 for the carbon–zeolite composite (NaP1_C). A fivefold regeneration of the NaP1_FA and NaP1_C showed no significant loss of adsorption efficiency. These findings indicate that zeolitic materials effectively remove EA and can be further investigated for removing other pharmaceuticals from water and wastewater.

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