Eliminación del color de las soluciones de tinte índigo carmín utilizando fibras fique modificadas con nanopartículas de ZnO

Color removal of indigo carmine dye solutions using fique fibers modified with ZnO nanoparticles

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María Alejandra Llano
Álvaro Guzmán-Aponte
Yuliana Cadavid-Mora
Robinson Buitrago-Sierra
Edith Marleny Cadena-Chamorro
Juan Felipe Santa

Resumen

El óxido de zinc es un catalizador útil y reciclable. En este estudio, las fibras de fique se modificaron con nanopartículas de óxido de zinc (ZnO) para eliminar el color de las soluciones de índigo carmín (IC). Las nanopartículas de ZnO se sintetizaron por método de precipitación y las fibras se modificaron ex situ e in situ. Las fibras y las nanopartículas se caracterizaron utilizando diferentes técnicas como difracción de rayos X (DRX), espectroscopia infrarroja por transformada de Fourier (FTIR), espectroscopía de luz visible (UV-vis) y microscopía electrónica de barrido (MEB). La velocidad de eliminación del color se controló usando un espectrofotómetro UV/Vis. Se obtuvieron nanopartículas con un diámetro medio en la nanoescala y una estructura hexagonal típica, y se depositaron efectivamente en las fibras. La mayor eliminación de color se obtuvo con las fibras ex situ (ZnO-Ex / fique) fue de 90% en 180 minutos. La eliminación del color por fibras in situ (ZnO-In / fique) fue del 70% después de 180 min. A partir de los resultados, las nanopartículas de ZnO pueden ser un excelente catalizador para la eliminación de soluciones acuosas de colorante IC bajo luz UV-C

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María Alejandra Llano, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM

Ingeniera biomédica en formación

Álvaro Guzmán-Aponte, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM

Doctor en Ingenieria

Yuliana Cadavid-Mora, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM

Master of Engineering - Materials and Processes (Nanotechnology and Materiales)

Robinson Buitrago-Sierra, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM

PhD. Materials Science

Edith Marleny Cadena-Chamorro, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Doctora

Juan Felipe Santa, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM

Doctor

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