ACTIVATED CARBON MERREMIA EMARGINATA ADSORPTION CAPACITIES OF LOW-COST ADSORBENT FOR REMOVAL OF METHYLENE BLUEK. Kalpana, S. Arivoli and K. Veeravelan
The effectiveness of synthetic aqueous Methylene Blue dye adhering to Activated Carbon Merremia emarginata (ACME) was investigated in this study. The effects of important variables on the outcomes, such as agitation time, pH, adsorbent dosage, and other ionic concentration, were assessed. It has actually been done to evaluate the equilibrium isotherm models, thermodynamic variables, and kinetic data. Adsorption equilibrium isotherms were expressed using the Freundlich and Langmuir adsorption models, although it was found that the Langmuir model more accurately reflected the experimental results. The pseudo second order kinetic model can also make the adsorption more understandable. The goal of the survey was to determine whether it was possible to remove Methylene Blue dye from synthetic aqueous solution utilizing ACME as a cheap adsorbent.