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Journal of environmental science and health. Part A, Toxic/hazardous substances & environmental engineering

Studies on the removal of Lissamine Green B from clays and soil in comparison with contemporary approaches.


PMID 22242878

Abstract

A combination of Fenton's reagent with electrochemistry has been demonstrated to be a efficient method for removing a dye (Lissamine Green B) from clays (kaolin, montmorillonite) and soil. The two-step approach described here involved quantitative extraction with hot water, followed by quantitative removal of the Lissamine Green dye by column chromatography using Octolig®. The advantage of this procedure is success without the need for Fenton reagents or electricity. A disadvantage is the process would not work with polycyclic hydrocarbons such as phenanthrene, though the electro-Fenton degradation does.

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