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X-Type Cationic Dyes Adsorption

The adsorption of cationic red X-GTL on cation exchange membrane was studied from the aspects of adsorption conditions and adsorption kinetics. The adsorption and desorption properties of cation exchange membranes under different conditions were compared. The results show that the adsorption process mainly occurs in the first 20 min, which conforms to the pseudo-second-order kinetic model. The adsorption process can be described by the Langmuir adsorption model. The addition of the inorganic salt Nas0 to the dye solution has a certain effect on the adsorption. Sodium sulfide solution to desorption, the desorption rate can reach more than 94%, and the cation exchange membrane is highly recyclable.X-Type Cationic Dyes

With the increasingly stringent waste water discharge standards and rising water costs, people are pressing for the development of sewage resources technology, and gradually look to the depth of treatment and reuse of dye-containing wastewater. The ion exchange membrane is a polymer functional membrane or a separation membrane having a selectively transmissive reticular structure, and is also referred to as an ion selective permeable membrane mainly by the selective permeability of its ion exchange group. The ion exchange membrane has the advantages of high separation efficiency, low energy consumption and less pollution, so it has important application value in many aspects.X-Type Cationic Dyes The absorbance of the cationic red X-GTL dye at different concentrations (8, 12, 16, 2, 24 mg / L) was determined by UV-Vis spectrophotometer. The maximum absorption wavelength was 494 nm, and the standard curve was drawn. Take a diameter of 50mill cation exchange membrane disc, washed with deionized water to wash 10rain, remove the membrane surface impurities, put the oven drying, weighing. The membranes were placed in 40mL different concentrations of dye solution, under different conditions of constant temperature oscillation adsorption. The absorbance was measured at the maximum absorption wavelength with an ultraviolet spectrophotometer. The mass concentration of the solution was obtained according to the standard working curve. The equilibrium adsorption capacity (g) was calculated according to equation (1)X-Type Cationic Dyes