The oxidation study of methyl orange dye by hydrogen peroxide using Dawson-type heteropolyanions as catalysts

The oxidation study of methyl orange dye by hydrogen peroxide using Dawson-type heteropolyanions... In this research, the oxidation of an azo dye (methyl-orange) by H2O2, in an aqueous solution, using a Dawson-type heteropolyanion (α2P2W12Mo5O61Fe)7− as catalyst was studied. The effects of different parameters dye oxidation were investigated. The studied parameters were: the initial pH, the initial H2O2 concentration, the catalyst mass and the initial dye concentration. The optimal conditions for a maximum discoloration efficiency (100 %) are: pH: 6, [MO]0 = 2 mg/L, Catalyst (α2P2W12Mo5O61Fe)7− mass: 1 g, [H2O2]0 =: 0.072 M. The effect of other Dawson-mixed heteropolyanions, such as (αP2W18O62)6−, (αP2W12Mo6O62)6− and (α2P2W12Mo5O61X)n− (X = Ni2+,Cr3+,Cu2+) on the dye oxidation at room temperature was evaluated. The stability of the catalyst after reaction was verified. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research on Chemical Intermediates Springer Journals

The oxidation study of methyl orange dye by hydrogen peroxide using Dawson-type heteropolyanions as catalysts

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2012 by Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
Subject
Chemistry; Catalysis; Physical Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry
ISSN
0922-6168
eISSN
1568-5675
D.O.I.
10.1007/s11164-012-0807-3
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Abstract

In this research, the oxidation of an azo dye (methyl-orange) by H2O2, in an aqueous solution, using a Dawson-type heteropolyanion (α2P2W12Mo5O61Fe)7− as catalyst was studied. The effects of different parameters dye oxidation were investigated. The studied parameters were: the initial pH, the initial H2O2 concentration, the catalyst mass and the initial dye concentration. The optimal conditions for a maximum discoloration efficiency (100 %) are: pH: 6, [MO]0 = 2 mg/L, Catalyst (α2P2W12Mo5O61Fe)7− mass: 1 g, [H2O2]0 =: 0.072 M. The effect of other Dawson-mixed heteropolyanions, such as (αP2W18O62)6−, (αP2W12Mo6O62)6− and (α2P2W12Mo5O61X)n− (X = Ni2+,Cr3+,Cu2+) on the dye oxidation at room temperature was evaluated. The stability of the catalyst after reaction was verified.

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Research on Chemical IntermediatesSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 16, 2012

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