Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil

Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk

E. I. El-Shafey, P. Canepa

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

8 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

A Cr (VI) contaminated soil with concentrations up to 16,000 ppm was washed with 0.1M citric, 0.1M acetic, 0.1M HCl, 0.1M sulphuric acid, 0.1M NaOH and hot distilled water. Soil characterisation including pH, metal content and cation exchange capacity was carried out. Since the soil was highly basic (pH 11.6), hot water was found to be most effective for soil washing. Rice husk was used to prepare a carbonaceous sorbent using sulphuric acid treatment. The removal kinetics of Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions was investigated at different temperature, pH, metal ion concentration and sorbent status (wet and dry). The rate of Cr (VI) reduction at low pH values followed a first order rate expression approaching equilibrium within 50 hours for wet sorbent and 70 hours for the one which was previously dried. The soil leachate was acidified to pH ≤ 2 and reduced to Cr (III) using the carbonaceous sorbent. The carbonaceous sorbent seems cheap and efficient for Cr (VI) removal.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal De Physique. IV : JP
EditorsC. Boutron, C. Ferrari
Pages415-418
Number of pages4
Volume107
EditionI
Publication statusPublished - May 2003
EventXII International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment - Grenoble, France
Duration: May 26 2003May 30 2003

Other

OtherXII International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment
CountryFrance
CityGrenoble
Period5/26/035/30/03

Fingerprint

sorbents
washing
rice
soils
acids
ion concentration
water
metal ions
aqueous solutions
cations
kinetics
metals
temperature

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

Cite this

El-Shafey, E. I., & Canepa, P. (2003). Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil: Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk. In C. Boutron, & C. Ferrari (Eds.), Journal De Physique. IV : JP (I ed., Vol. 107, pp. 415-418)

Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil : Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk. / El-Shafey, E. I.; Canepa, P.

Journal De Physique. IV : JP. ed. / C. Boutron; C. Ferrari. Vol. 107 I. ed. 2003. p. 415-418.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

El-Shafey, EI & Canepa, P 2003, Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil: Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk. in C Boutron & C Ferrari (eds), Journal De Physique. IV : JP. I edn, vol. 107, pp. 415-418, XII International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, Grenoble, France, 5/26/03.
El-Shafey EI, Canepa P. Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil: Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk. In Boutron C, Ferrari C, editors, Journal De Physique. IV : JP. I ed. Vol. 107. 2003. p. 415-418
El-Shafey, E. I. ; Canepa, P. / Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil : Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk. Journal De Physique. IV : JP. editor / C. Boutron ; C. Ferrari. Vol. 107 I. ed. 2003. pp. 415-418
@inproceedings{f635882836bc42308f96878bf824ae48,
title = "Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil: Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk",
abstract = "A Cr (VI) contaminated soil with concentrations up to 16,000 ppm was washed with 0.1M citric, 0.1M acetic, 0.1M HCl, 0.1M sulphuric acid, 0.1M NaOH and hot distilled water. Soil characterisation including pH, metal content and cation exchange capacity was carried out. Since the soil was highly basic (pH 11.6), hot water was found to be most effective for soil washing. Rice husk was used to prepare a carbonaceous sorbent using sulphuric acid treatment. The removal kinetics of Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions was investigated at different temperature, pH, metal ion concentration and sorbent status (wet and dry). The rate of Cr (VI) reduction at low pH values followed a first order rate expression approaching equilibrium within 50 hours for wet sorbent and 70 hours for the one which was previously dried. The soil leachate was acidified to pH ≤ 2 and reduced to Cr (III) using the carbonaceous sorbent. The carbonaceous sorbent seems cheap and efficient for Cr (VI) removal.",
author = "El-Shafey, {E. I.} and P. Canepa",
year = "2003",
month = "5",
language = "English",
volume = "107",
pages = "415--418",
editor = "C. Boutron and C. Ferrari",
booktitle = "Journal De Physique. IV : JP",
edition = "I",

}

TY - GEN

T1 - Remediation of a Cr(VI) contaminated soil

T2 - Soil washing followed by Cr(VI) reduction using a sorbent prepared from rice husk

AU - El-Shafey, E. I.

AU - Canepa, P.

PY - 2003/5

Y1 - 2003/5

N2 - A Cr (VI) contaminated soil with concentrations up to 16,000 ppm was washed with 0.1M citric, 0.1M acetic, 0.1M HCl, 0.1M sulphuric acid, 0.1M NaOH and hot distilled water. Soil characterisation including pH, metal content and cation exchange capacity was carried out. Since the soil was highly basic (pH 11.6), hot water was found to be most effective for soil washing. Rice husk was used to prepare a carbonaceous sorbent using sulphuric acid treatment. The removal kinetics of Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions was investigated at different temperature, pH, metal ion concentration and sorbent status (wet and dry). The rate of Cr (VI) reduction at low pH values followed a first order rate expression approaching equilibrium within 50 hours for wet sorbent and 70 hours for the one which was previously dried. The soil leachate was acidified to pH ≤ 2 and reduced to Cr (III) using the carbonaceous sorbent. The carbonaceous sorbent seems cheap and efficient for Cr (VI) removal.

AB - A Cr (VI) contaminated soil with concentrations up to 16,000 ppm was washed with 0.1M citric, 0.1M acetic, 0.1M HCl, 0.1M sulphuric acid, 0.1M NaOH and hot distilled water. Soil characterisation including pH, metal content and cation exchange capacity was carried out. Since the soil was highly basic (pH 11.6), hot water was found to be most effective for soil washing. Rice husk was used to prepare a carbonaceous sorbent using sulphuric acid treatment. The removal kinetics of Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions was investigated at different temperature, pH, metal ion concentration and sorbent status (wet and dry). The rate of Cr (VI) reduction at low pH values followed a first order rate expression approaching equilibrium within 50 hours for wet sorbent and 70 hours for the one which was previously dried. The soil leachate was acidified to pH ≤ 2 and reduced to Cr (III) using the carbonaceous sorbent. The carbonaceous sorbent seems cheap and efficient for Cr (VI) removal.

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=0038005471&partnerID=8YFLogxK

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=0038005471&partnerID=8YFLogxK

M3 - Conference contribution

VL - 107

SP - 415

EP - 418

BT - Journal De Physique. IV : JP

A2 - Boutron, C.

A2 - Ferrari, C.

ER -