화학공학소재연구정보센터
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1 Synthesis of mono-dispersed mesoporous Mn2O3 powders with micro-nanostructure for removing Congo red dye from aqueous solution
Qi GC, Hai CX, Shen Y, Zeng JB, Li X, Ren XF, Sun YX, Dong SD, Zhou Y
Advanced Powder Technology, 30(5), 930, 2019
2 Hierarchical porous Ni/Co-LDH hollow dodecahedron with excellent adsorption property for Congo red and Cr(VI) ions
Hu HJ, Liu JY, Xu ZH, Zhang LY, Cheng B, Ho WK
Applied Surface Science, 478, 981, 2019
3 Adsorption dynamics of Congo red dye removal using ZnO functionalized high silica zeolitic particles
Madan S, Shaw R, Tiwari S, Tiwari SK
Applied Surface Science, 487, 907, 2019
4 Work Function Based Catalytic Activity of Metallic Nanoparticles for Dye Degradation
Kumar S, Sharma RK
Catalysis Letters, 149(8), 2268, 2019
5 Palygorskite-template amorphous carbon nanotubes as a superior adsorbent for removal of dyes from aqueous solutions
Zhong LF, Tang AD, Yan P, Wang JJ, Wang QJ, Wen X, Cui Y
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 537, 450, 2019
6 Solvent-free hydrothermal synthesis of gamma-aluminum oxide nanoparticles with selective adsorption of Congo red
Zhang HM, Ruan Y, Feng Y, Su MH, Diao ZH, Chen DY, Hou LA, Lee PH, Shih K, Kong LJ
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 536, 180, 2019
7 Synthesis of a novel 3,5-diacrylamidobenzoic acid based hyper-cross-linked resin for the efficient adsorption of Congo Red and Rhodamine B
Waheed A, Mansha M, Kazi IW, Ullah N
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 369, 528, 2019
8 In-situ prepared ZnO-ZnFe2O4 with 1-D nanofiber network structure: An effective adsorbent for toxic dye effluent treatment
Appiah-Ntiamoah R, Baye AF, Gadisa BT, Abebe MW, Kim H
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 373, 459, 2019
9 Sulfated TiO2/WO3 nanocomposite: An efficient photocatalyst for degradation of Congo red and methyl red dyes under visible light irradiation
Patil SM, Deshmukh SP, More KV, Shevale VB, Mullani SB, Dhodamani AG, Delekar SD
Materials Chemistry and Physics, 225, 247, 2019
10 Electrocoagulation-floatation assisted pulsed power plasma technology for the complete mineralization of potentially toxic dyes and real textile wastewater
Nippatla N, Philip L
Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 125, 143, 2019