Year 2020, Volume 10 , Issue 1, Pages 328 - 337 2020-03-01

Membrane Filtration of Methyl Orange
Membrane Filtration of Methyl Orange

Levent SEMİZ [1]


In this work, the filtration of methyl orange by polyacrylonitrile-co-poly(2-ethylhexylacrylate) copolymer and polyacrylonitrile-co-poly(2-ethylhexylacrylate)/polyaniline membranes were utilized. It was observed that the filtration performance was improved as acrylonitrile amount in the copolymer increased. Also, functionalizing membrane with polyaniline further enhanced the dye rejection rates. Moreover, this enhancement was proportional to polyaniline amount. Furthermore, the performance of polyaniline containing membranes was pH dependent. They showed higher filtration performances at acidic mediums and they further increased as pH decreased. PAN(92)-co-P2EHA(8)- PANI(10%) membrane provided 99.3% dye rejection value for 25 ppm dye concentration at pH 2. Also, this membrane demonstrated good resistance to permeate concentration. It had 97.6% and 90.1% dye rejection rates for 50 and 100 ppm, respectively.

In this work, the filtration of methyl orange by polyacrylonitrile-co-poly(2-ethylhexylacrylate) copolymer and polyacrylonitrile-co-poly(2-ethylhexylacrylate)/polyaniline membranes were utilized. It was observed that the filtration performance was improved as acrylonitrile amount in the copolymer increased. Also, functionalizing membrane with polyaniline further enhanced the dye rejection rates. Moreover, this enhancement was proportional to polyaniline amount. Furthermore, the performance of polyaniline containing membranes was pH dependent. They showed higher filtration performances at acidic mediums and they further increased as pH decreased. PAN(92)-co-P2EHA(8)- PANI(10%) membrane provided 99.3% dye rejection value for 25 ppm dye concentration at pH 2. Also, this membrane demonstrated good resistance to permeate concentration. It had 97.6% and 90.1% dye rejection rates for 50 and 100 ppm, respectively.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Engineering, Chemical
Journal Section Kimya / Chemistry, Kimya Mühendisliği / Chemical Engineering
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-3218-4663
Author: Levent SEMİZ (Primary Author)
Institution: AMASYA UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : April 2, 2019
Acceptance Date : September 11, 2019
Publication Date : March 1, 2020

Bibtex @research article { jist548319, journal = {Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology}, issn = {2146-0574}, eissn = {2536-4618}, address = {}, publisher = {Igdir University}, year = {2020}, volume = {10}, pages = {328 - 337}, doi = {10.21597/jist.548319}, title = {Membrane Filtration of Methyl Orange}, key = {cite}, author = {SEMİZ, Levent} }
APA SEMİZ, L . (2020). Membrane Filtration of Methyl Orange. Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology , 10 (1) , 328-337 . DOI: 10.21597/jist.548319
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AMA SEMİZ L . Membrane Filtration of Methyl Orange. Iğdır Üniv. Fen Bil Enst. Der.. 2020; 10(1): 328-337.
Vancouver SEMİZ L . Membrane Filtration of Methyl Orange. Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology. 2020; 10(1): 337-328.