Sol-gel preparation of bioactive nanoporous (Al2O3: CuO: SiO2): dielectric properties and wastewater decontamination Online publication date: Wed, 24-Feb-2021
by Amany M. El Nahrawy; Bahaa A. Hemdan; Ahmed I. Ali; Ahmed M. Youssef; Ali B. Abou Hammad
International Journal of Materials Engineering Innovation (IJMATEI), Vol. 12, No. 1, 2021
Abstract: The morphological and dielectric properties of bioactive sol-gel alumino-copper silicate nanoporous are characterised. It is characterised by sharp diffraction peaks confirming the high crystallinity. Alumino-copper silicate was utilised as a disinfecting agent for wastewater disinfection. The growth inhibitory effect of alumino-copper silicate sanitiser was investigated against various categories of microbial pathogens. Toxicity assay of fabricated alumino-copper silicate nanoporous was measured. The acquired results disclosed that target pathogenic microbes in the raw wastewater sample were inactivated when subjected to 100 mg/L of fabricated alumino-copper silicate. Likewise, results could not discover any deleterious and poisonous influences for the Vibrio fischeri bacterium and HEp-2 cell line of such nanostructures subsequently, it will be safe for use in water treatment. This investigation, therefore, recommends that the prepared alumino-copper silicate could be considered a future substitute marvellous and sustained-active disinfectant for the production of pathogenic free treated wastewater for recycling in many different applications.
Online publication date: Wed, 24-Feb-2021
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