INFLUENCE OF CHEMICAL STRUCTURE OF REACTIVE BLUE (DIAZO), DIRECT RED (DIAZO) AND ACID VIOLET (TRIARYL ALKANE) DYES ON THE DECOLORIZATION EFFICIENCY BY PHOTO ASSISTED CHEMICAL OXIDATION PROCESS (PACO)P. Manikandan 1 ; P.N. Palanisamy 2 ; R. Baskar 3 ; P. Sakthisharmila 4
2 Centre for Environmental Research, Department of Chemistry, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.
3 School of Chemical and Food Sciences, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.
4 Centre for Environmental Research, Department of Chemistry, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.
Article Id - IJETR_05_01_001, Pages : 1-14, Date of Publication : 03, January 2017
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Extend of decolorization of the dyes depends upon the complexity of the color causing chromophoric group in conjugation with auxochrome substituent present in the organic dye molecules. In this present study, decolorization efficiency of three class of organic dyes by Photo Assisted Chemical Oxidation process (PACO) were studied at different operational parameters such as initial pH, initial oxidant dose and initial concentration of organic dye solutions namely C.I. Reactive Blue 194 (RB), C.I. Direct Red 7 (DR) and C.I. Acid Violet 17 (AV). Variations in kinetics of decolorization of the organic dyes were also compared. Total treatment cost of PACO for decolorization efficiency of dyes were US$ 1.137 for RB at 20 mmol of oxidant, US$ 0.585 for RB at 30 mmol of oxidant, US$ 1.156 for DR at 50 mmol of oxidant and US$ 1.716 for AV at 50 mmol of oxidant per m3 of the dye solutions.
PACO, UV/H2O2, RB194, DR7, AV17, Energy Consumption, Decolorization.
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