Egg By-Products as a Tool to Remove Direct Blue 78 Dye from Wastewater: Kinetic, Equilibrium Modeling, Thermodynamics and Desorption Properties
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Autor/esMurcia-Salvador, Ainoa; Pellicer, José Antonio; Gabaldón, José Antonio; Rodríguez López, María Isabel; Núñez Delicado, Estrella; [et al.]
Disciplina/sCiencias de la Alimentación
Direct Blue 78
Eggshell, a waste material from food manufacturing, can be used as a potential ecofriendly adsorbent for the elimination of textile dyes from water solutions. The adsorption process was evaluated varying factors such as initial dye load, contact time, pH, quantity of adsorbent, and temperature. The initial dye load (Direct Blue 78) was in the range of 25–300 mg/L. The kinetics of adsorption were analyzed using di erent models, such as pseudo-first-order, pseudo-second-order, and intraparticle di usion model. Also, the experimental data at equilibrium were studied using Freundlich, Langmuir, and Temkin isotherms. The kinetics followed pseudo-second-order, then pseudo-first-order, and finally the model of intraparticle di usion. The results obtained for data at equilibrium follow the order: Freundlich > Langmuir > Temkin. The adsorption equilibrium showed a maximum capacity of adsorption (qmax) of 13 mg/g at pH 5, and using 0.5 g of eggshell. Dye adsorption was enhanced with in...