Maize straw decorated with sulfide for tylosin removal from the water

Maize straw decorated with sulfide for tylosin removal from the water MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn complexes were synthesized via a simple method. The results showed that sulfide was successfully loaded on the maize straw. The results of fitting the experimental data showed that the sorption conforms to the pseudo-second-order kinetics, and the TYL sorption on MS fit the Henry model well, but the Freundlich model was more suited to MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn. In addition, the kf values of MS-ZnS (206.0(mg/kg)/(mg/L)n) and MS-ZnS:Mn (382.5(mg/kg)/(mg/L)n) were significantly greater than that of MS (72.2(mg/kg)/(mg/L)n), indicating that ZnS and ZnS:Mn could improve the sorption capacity of TYL on MS. The pH, ionic strength and temperature influence the sorption process, and the sorption ability of TYL on MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn showed little change when the solution pH was > 5; the amount of TYL sorption on the adsorbents gradually decreased with the increasing concentration of KNO3. Electrostatic interactions, H bonding and hydrophobic interactions are involved in the sorption of TYL on MS, MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn, and compared with MS, the main mechanism is surface complexation. This research can provide technical support for the utilization of biomass and the restoration of water polluted by antibiotics. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety Elsevier

Maize straw decorated with sulfide for tylosin removal from the water

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2018 Elsevier Inc.
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0147-6513
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1090-2414
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10.1016/j.ecoenv.2018.01.025
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Abstract

MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn complexes were synthesized via a simple method. The results showed that sulfide was successfully loaded on the maize straw. The results of fitting the experimental data showed that the sorption conforms to the pseudo-second-order kinetics, and the TYL sorption on MS fit the Henry model well, but the Freundlich model was more suited to MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn. In addition, the kf values of MS-ZnS (206.0(mg/kg)/(mg/L)n) and MS-ZnS:Mn (382.5(mg/kg)/(mg/L)n) were significantly greater than that of MS (72.2(mg/kg)/(mg/L)n), indicating that ZnS and ZnS:Mn could improve the sorption capacity of TYL on MS. The pH, ionic strength and temperature influence the sorption process, and the sorption ability of TYL on MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn showed little change when the solution pH was > 5; the amount of TYL sorption on the adsorbents gradually decreased with the increasing concentration of KNO3. Electrostatic interactions, H bonding and hydrophobic interactions are involved in the sorption of TYL on MS, MS-ZnS and MS-ZnS:Mn, and compared with MS, the main mechanism is surface complexation. This research can provide technical support for the utilization of biomass and the restoration of water polluted by antibiotics.

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Ecotoxicology and Environmental SafetyElsevier

Published: May 15, 2018

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