Adsorption removal of endosulfan through Saccharum officinarum derived activated carbon from selected soils View Full Text


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2019-01

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Khuram Shahzad Ahmad

ABSTRACT

Pesticide contamination causes precarious implications on human health and environment. Thus the investigation of its sorption phenomenon is highly imperative. Endosulfan insecticide was examined for its adsorption behavior on ten assorted soils through batch equilibrium method. Adsorption coefficient values (Kd) ranged from 1.4 μg/mL to 18 μg/mL. The highest Kd value was obtained for Peshawar soil owing to the presence of highest amount of organic matter (1.4%). Negative values of Gibbs free energy displayed a low interaction between soil and pesticide, exhibiting that the reaction was physiosorption and exothermic in nature. Statistical analysis showed a negative correlation of soil pH and Kd (R2=–0.77 and p=0.03) and a positive correlation with organic matter (R2=0.96). Activated carbon prepared from Saccharum officinarum bagasse removed significant amount pesticide. The maximum removal observed was 93% and 97% in 5×10–6 and 7.5×10–6, respectively. Activated carbon prepared from biomass for removal purposes was proved to be highly efficient and cost effective. More... »

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