Adsorption Study of Malachite Green Dye of New Schiff Base Liquid Crystal Surface (Thermodynamic and Kinetic)

 
 
 
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    This work incorporates blends of new heterocyclic mixes of (2-amino-6-methoxy benzothiazole), from response with (p-hydroxybenzaldehyde) to yield Schiff bases, the compound have been distinguished (FT-IR ,HNMR) the misomorphic stages were recognized by energized light magnifying lens (POM) and estimated change temperatures for compound by differrntion checking calorimeter (DSC) at that point investigation of fluid precious stone properties and we will contemplate the adsorption of malachite green color on this fluid gem as a surface. Likewise The examination incorporated the trial of applying the isotherm models of Langmuir, Freundlich, harkinsjura and Temkin to the handy adsorption information of the color under investigation utilizing the UV spectroscopy. The active information were demonstrated by utilizing pseudo-first-arrange, pseudo-second-request, Elovich and intra-molecule dispersion energy conditions, Adsorption adsorbents were additionally used to get the estimations of the thermodynamic capacities (Free vitality ∆G, enthalpy ∆H, and ∆S entropy and actuation vitality).

     


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    Schiff basis, liquid crystal, adsorption, isotherm, kinetic.

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Article ID: 24228
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.36.24228




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