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Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis

, Volume 114, Issue 2, pp 795–815 | Cite as

A kinetic comparative study of azo dye decolorization by catalytic wet peroxide oxidation using Fe–Y zeolite/H2O2 and photooxidation using UV/H2O2

  • Shaker Haji
  • M. Khalaf
  • Mohammed Shukrallah
  • Jaffar Abdullah
  • Shakeel Ahmed
Article

Abstract

A comparative study between the catalytic wet peroxide oxidation (CWPO: Fe(III)–Y zeolite/H2O2) and photooxidation (PO: UV/H2O2) of three different azo dyes—namely, reactive yellow, reactive red, and methyl orange—was conducted. Compared to CWPO, PO demonstrated higher initial reaction rates and final conversions. The contributions of H2O2, UV, UV/H2O2, Fe–Y zeolite, and Fe–Y zeolite/H2O2 to the decolorization of reactive yellow were investigated and the results showed that treatment with UV/H2O2 was the most effective process for the color removal. The effect of [H2O2]0, UV irradiation power, [Fe–Y zeolite], and the reusability of the catalyst were also studied. The catalyst was found to be reusable, but with loss in its catalytic activity. An optimum [H2O2]0 existed in both the PO and CWPO processes. However, this was higher in the latter process. The extent of decolorization increased as the UV irradiation power and [Fe–Y zeolite] increased, but there was a limit in the second case. In addition, the decolorization kinetics of the reactive yellow in both processes were investigated. It was concluded that PO followed an apparent first order kinetic model while CWPO followed the Chu kinetic model. Furthermore, a pseudo-second order rate law, which could be used in continuous flow reactor design equations, was proposed and verified to describe the CWPO rate of reaction.

Keywords

Azo dyes Decolorization Photo oxidation UV/H2O2 Catalytic wet peroxide oxidation Heterogeneous Fenton-like reaction 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shaker Haji
    • 1
  • M. Khalaf
    • 1
  • Mohammed Shukrallah
    • 1
  • Jaffar Abdullah
    • 1
  • Shakeel Ahmed
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Chemical Engineering, College of EngineeringUniversity of BahrainIsa TownBahrain
  2. 2.Center for Refining & Petrochemicals, Research InstituteKing Fahd University of Petroleum & MineralsDhahranSaudi Arabia

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