Khan SH (2015) Photocatalytic degradation of organophosphate pesticides (Chlorpyrifos) using synthesized zinc oxide nanoparticle by membrane filtration reactor
It was observed that the leaching rate of zinc and copper increased with increasing hydrogen peroxide concentration. Increased stirring speed had a negative leaching effect as it promotes hydrogen peroxide decomposition. Keywords: Nigerian sulphide ore, zinc, copper,
Production of Zinc oxide nanoparticles using extracts of Passiflora edulis Sims. f. flavicarpa Deg. ... The synthesized zinc oxide nanoparticles from the plant extracts were centrifuged at ... Spectral absorbance peak of reaction mixture of leaves extract after one hr. World Scientific News 47(2) (2016) 267-278
Journal of Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran 15(1): 33-37 (2004) University of Tehran, ISSN 1016-1104 Short Communication . Solvent Extraction of Zinc with Triphenylphosphite (TPP)
Olubambi et al. (2006) studied the leaching of zinc and copper from Nigeria bulk sulfide ore with sulfuric acid in the presence of hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2 ), with the aim to investigate the effectiveness of hydrogen peroxide as an oxidant for the sulfuric acid.
zinc oxide nanoparticles at room temperature and pressure make them enormous use in electronics, optoelectronics and laser technology (Bacaksiz et al., 2008). At present, zinc oxide nanoparticles are used in new light-emitting devices, solar cells, biosensors, and photocatalysts (Fan and Lu, 2006).
Zinc oxide nanoparticles were synthesized using zinc acetate dihydrate Zn(CH 3 COO) 2 ·2H 2 O as described previously (Gnanasangeetha and Thambavani, 2013). Briefly, 0.01 M solution of zinc
In this paper, we report on the synthesis of nanostructured zinc oxide particles by both chemical and biological method. Highly stable and spherical zinc oxide nanoparticles are produced by using zinc nitrate and Aloe vera leaf extract. Greater than 95% conversion to nanoparticles has been achieved with aloe leaf broth concentration greater than 25%.
Zinc oxide nanoparticles as a substitute for zinc oxide or colistin sulfate: Effects on growth, serum enzymes, zinc deposition, intestinal morphology and epithelial barrier in weaned piglets.
The stripped Zn(II) solution was recovered as zinc oxide (ZnO) via precipitation with sodium hydroxide followed by calcination at 600 °C during 120 min. A practicable hydrometallurgical scheme summarising the operational procedures used for the extraction of Zn(II) and