Removal of Copper from Simulated Wastewater by Applying Electromagnetic Adsorption for Locally Prepared Activated Carbon of Banana Peels

  • Hayder Mohammed Abdul-Hameed, Ass. Prof. Dr. College of Engineering-University of Baghdad
  • Israa Nazeh Abeed College of Engineering-University of Baghdad
Keywords: banana peels; adsorption; magnetic field

Abstract

The adsorption of copper ions onto produced activated carbon from banana peels (with particle size 250 µm) in a single component system with applying magnetic field has been studied using fixed bed adsorber. The fixed bed breakthrough curves for the copper ions were investigated. The adsorption capacity for Cu (II) was investigated. It was found that 1) the exposure distance (E.D) and strength of magnetic field (B), affected the degree of adsorption; and 2) experiments showed that removal of Cu ions and accumulative adsorption capacity of adsorbent increase as the exposure distance and strength of magnetic field increase.
 

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Published
2017-01-01
How to Cite
Abdul-Hameed, H. and Abeed, I. (2017) “Removal of Copper from Simulated Wastewater by Applying Electromagnetic Adsorption for Locally Prepared Activated Carbon of Banana Peels”, Journal of Engineering, 23(1), pp. 1-7. Available at: http://joe.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/main/article/view/91 (Accessed: 19September2020).