Post-synthetic modification of MIL-125 with bis-quinoline Mannich bases for removal of heavy metals from wastewater

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Post-synthetic modification of MIL-125 with bis-quinoline Mannich bases for removal of heavy metals from wastewater. / Abdelhameed, Reda M.; Ismail, Rabab A.; El-Naggar, Mohamed; Zarie, Eman S.; Abdelaziz, Ramzy; El Sayed, Mardia T.

In: MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS, Vol. 279, 01.05.2019, p. 26-36.

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Abdelhameed, Reda M. ; Ismail, Rabab A. ; El-Naggar, Mohamed ; Zarie, Eman S. ; Abdelaziz, Ramzy ; El Sayed, Mardia T. / Post-synthetic modification of MIL-125 with bis-quinoline Mannich bases for removal of heavy metals from wastewater. In: MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS. 2019 ; Vol. 279. pp. 26-36.

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title = "Post-synthetic modification of MIL-125 with bis-quinoline Mannich bases for removal of heavy metals from wastewater",
abstract = "Ti-based metal-organic frameworks (NH2-MIL-125) were post synthetic modified through a facile strategy using bis-quinoline Mannich bases producing MIL-125-HQ. The modified material (MIL-125-HQ) was used as an absorbent for uptake of the heavy metals from wastewater. 1H NMR, FTIR, CHN and SEM-EDX analysis showed successful incorporation of hydroxyl quinoline moiety into the NH2-MIL-125 upon chemical reaction. The modified MIL-125-HQ showed high affinity for Pb(II) ions from water, and the amount of Pb(II) ions decrease sharply from 500 mg/L to 60 mg/L, within merely 30 min of exposure at pH7, 298 K and 2 g/L MIL-125-HQ. The maximum adsorption capacity of MIL-125-HQ for Pb(II), Cd(II), Cu(II) and Cr(III) was determined to be 262.1, 102.8, 66.9 and 53.9 mg/g, respectively.",
keywords = "Heavy metals, Mannich bases, Titanium-metal organic frameworks, Transamination, Wastewater",
author = "Abdelhameed, {Reda M.} and Ismail, {Rabab A.} and Mohamed El-Naggar and Zarie, {Eman S.} and Ramzy Abdelaziz and {El Sayed}, {Mardia T.}",
year = "2019",
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journal = "MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS",
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T1 - Post-synthetic modification of MIL-125 with bis-quinoline Mannich bases for removal of heavy metals from wastewater

AU - Abdelhameed, Reda M.

AU - Ismail, Rabab A.

AU - El-Naggar, Mohamed

AU - Zarie, Eman S.

AU - Abdelaziz, Ramzy

AU - El Sayed, Mardia T.

PY - 2019/5/1

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N2 - Ti-based metal-organic frameworks (NH2-MIL-125) were post synthetic modified through a facile strategy using bis-quinoline Mannich bases producing MIL-125-HQ. The modified material (MIL-125-HQ) was used as an absorbent for uptake of the heavy metals from wastewater. 1H NMR, FTIR, CHN and SEM-EDX analysis showed successful incorporation of hydroxyl quinoline moiety into the NH2-MIL-125 upon chemical reaction. The modified MIL-125-HQ showed high affinity for Pb(II) ions from water, and the amount of Pb(II) ions decrease sharply from 500 mg/L to 60 mg/L, within merely 30 min of exposure at pH7, 298 K and 2 g/L MIL-125-HQ. The maximum adsorption capacity of MIL-125-HQ for Pb(II), Cd(II), Cu(II) and Cr(III) was determined to be 262.1, 102.8, 66.9 and 53.9 mg/g, respectively.

AB - Ti-based metal-organic frameworks (NH2-MIL-125) were post synthetic modified through a facile strategy using bis-quinoline Mannich bases producing MIL-125-HQ. The modified material (MIL-125-HQ) was used as an absorbent for uptake of the heavy metals from wastewater. 1H NMR, FTIR, CHN and SEM-EDX analysis showed successful incorporation of hydroxyl quinoline moiety into the NH2-MIL-125 upon chemical reaction. The modified MIL-125-HQ showed high affinity for Pb(II) ions from water, and the amount of Pb(II) ions decrease sharply from 500 mg/L to 60 mg/L, within merely 30 min of exposure at pH7, 298 K and 2 g/L MIL-125-HQ. The maximum adsorption capacity of MIL-125-HQ for Pb(II), Cd(II), Cu(II) and Cr(III) was determined to be 262.1, 102.8, 66.9 and 53.9 mg/g, respectively.

KW - Heavy metals

KW - Mannich bases

KW - Titanium-metal organic frameworks

KW - Transamination

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