Global Advanced Research Journal of Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ISSN: 2315-5124) March 2018 Vol. 6(2), pp 031-040

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Original Research Articles

Synthesis, Characterization and Adsorption Studies on Cellulose acetate\ Sewage sludge ash Blend Membranes

Rasha A. SaryEl-deen1, Maha M. El-Shafei1 and Shakinaz T. El-Sheltawy2

1Sanitary and Environmental Institute, Housing and Building National Research Centre, Giza, Egypt

2Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt

Corresponding author Email: rasha_saryeldeen2@hotmail.com

Accepted 04 April 2017


Abstract 

Membrane is an alternative technology of water treatment with filtration principle that is being widely developed and used for water treatment. The main objective of this study was to make an asymmetric membrane using cellulose acetate (CA) polymer and sewage sludge ash (SSA)  by dry-wet phase inversion  method in various proportions of CA/SSA (17.5/0, 15.75/1.75, 14 /3.2, 12.25/5.25 and 8.75/8.75g). Characterization of prepared membranes was performed such as water content, IR analysis and Scanning electron microscope (SEM). Also, the possibility of solute rejection of nickel ions from wastewater using Sludge membrane (SM) was evaluated by different parameters as pH value (2-10) and contact time from (0 to 30 min). Results reported that the best performance of CA/SSA blend membranes at 8.75/8.75g. Adsorption isotherm studies indicated that Freundlich model described the experimental data with R2 values greater than 0.985.

Keywords: Asymmetric membrane, Cellulose acetate\ sewage sludge ash, Phase inversion, Sludge membrane(SM), Characterization and Adsorption isotherm














 








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