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Synthesis of Fe+2/Mo:MWCNTs by CVD/Impregnation Technique and application in in Photo-Fenton Reaction to dicolorazation Methyl Orange: as a model of health water treatment

Aziz L. Jarallah
departemnt of madicine Lab, AL-Esraa Uniersity College, Baghdad, Iraq
Israa Mohammed
Chemistry Department, College of Education for Pure Science/ Ibn Al-Haytham, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Takialdin A. Himdan
departemnt of madicine Lab, AL-Esraa Uniersity College, Baghdad, Iraq


In this work, Fe+2/Mo and Fe+2/Mo:MWCNT were prepared as a heterogeneous Fenton bi and ti-catalyst for the decolorazation of Methyl orange (MO) dye which used the surfaces of multi walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) and Mo as synergistic effect for enhance the activity of Fe+2. The MWCNTs was prepared by CVDs method with using ethanol as source of carbon and Ferrocene as catalyst for precipitation at 600oC. The Mo was impregnated within synthesized MWCNTs and characterized by Raman spectroscopy, filed emission scanning electron microscopy FE-SEM and the elements were analyzed by EDX tectonic. The results shows that ternary catalyst Fe+2/Mo:MWCNT was succeed to dicolorazation of MOs dye when complete more than 98% of dicolorazation after 150 min which is best results as compare with Fe+2 alone or with Mo.

Keywords: Fentons reaction, pH, MWCNT, Mo, Fe+2/Fe+3. ,


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