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  • Degradation of azo dyes by rapidly solidified metallic particles 

    Mbarek Wael, Ben; Pineda Soler, Eloi; Khitouni, Mohamed; Fiol Santalo, Núria; Escoda, Lluïsa; Suñol Martinez, Juan Jose (2015)
    Conference lecture
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    Azo compounds are one of the most common families of dyes used in textile and leather treatments. An important step during the treatment of water polluted by these compounds, is the degradation of the compounds by ...
  • Green synthesis of Ag nanoparticles using grape stalk waste extract for the modification of screen-printed electrodes 

    Bastos Arrieta, Julio Alonso; Florido Pérez, Antonio; Pérez Ràfols, Clara; Serrano Plana, Núria; Fiol Santalo, Núria; Poch García, Jordi; Villaescusa Gil, Isabel (2018-11-17)
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  • Nickel removal from exhausted electroplatting baths by using vegetable wastes 

    Martínez Martínez, María del Rosario; Villaescusa Gil, Isabel; Fiol Santalo, Núria; Miralles Esteban, Núria; Florido Pérez, Antonio (2014)
    Conference lecture
    Open Access
    During the last years our research group has been studying the use of industrial vegetable wastes as grape stalks and exhausted coffee to remove metals ions such as Ni(II), Cu(II), Pb(II), Zn(II), Cd(II) or Cr(VI) and ...
  • Rapid degradation of azo-dye using Mn-Al powders produced by ball-milling 

    Mbarek Wael, Ben; Azabou, M.; Pineda Soler, Eloi; Fiol Santalo, Núria; Escoda, Lluïsa; Suñol Martinez, Juan Jose; Khitouni, Mohamed (2017-01-01)
    Article
    Open Access
    This study was conducted on the reduction reaction of the azo dye Reactive Black 5 by means of the Mn85Al15 particles prepared by melt-spinning and ball-milling processes. The morphology, the surface elementary composition ...
  • Use of vegetables wastes to remove nickel ions from exhausted electroplating baths 

    Martínez Martínez, María del Rosario; Florido Pérez, Antonio; Miralles Esteban, Núria; Villaescusa Gil, Isabel; Fiol Santalo, Núria; Poch García, Jordi (2016)
    Conference lecture
    Open Access
    The ability of vegetable wastes such as grape stalks and exhausted coffee to remove metals ions from synthetic aqueous solutions has been demonstrated in various studies performed by our research group [Villaescusa et al. ...