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sisthe

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Industrial Effluents Carcinogenic Effect Mutagenic Effect Electrochemical Techniques Adsorption Activated Carbon Clog waterways preventing water travel Ruin fishing grounds Block irrigation canals Current Use Water Hyacinth's Furnitures Polyesters Water hyacinth possesses monolayer sorption capacity and mesoporous activated carbons The proponents Junnasir Sakilan Jesson Bael Von Garbo ACTIVATED CARBON PRODUCTION from Water Hyacinth (“Eichhornia crassipes”)
using STEAM ACTIVATION via PYROLYSIS Statement of the Problem Problem Statement Could activated carbon be produced from water hyacinth via prolysis at 6000C, 700°C and 800°C?
Is the activated carbon produced from water hyacinth could be an effective adsorbant?
Which temperature scheme is most efficient in producing activated carbon? a.) 600°C b.) 700°C c.) 800°C Objectives:
To design and fabricate a prototype pyrolytic reactor,
To produce activated carbon from water hyacinth (E. crassipes) stalks, roots and leaves using the prototype pyrolytic reactor,
To study properties of prepared activated carbon from water hyacinth (E. crassipes), using the different temperatures; (a.) 600°C, (b.) 700°C, and (c.) 800°C.
To study the adsorption of iodine and methylene blue onto the prepared activated carbon,
To determine the percent yield of produced activated carbon at the different temperatures; (a.) 600°C, (b.) 700°C, and (c.) 800°C Significance of the Study Scope and Limitations Process Flow Diagram Sample Drying Sample Preparation Activation of carbonized sample produced Carbonization of dried sample
(at different temperature condition) Adsorption capacity Determination: Iodine number and methylene blue Experimental Set-up of Pyrolysis Reactor Design As a counteract to the invasive growth of water hyacinth via utilization in large volumes.
Conversion of water hyacinth to activated carbon through steam activation and pyrolysis. Water hyacinth from Hydro Electric Power Plant, man-made lake of Agus -4, balo-I, Lanao del Norte will be the source through steam activation.
Identified ratio of the different parts of the water hyacinth will be considered for the activation.
To determine the adsorbent performance of the activated carbon, methylene blue will be used as the adsorbate. Determination of:
Percent Yield, Moisture content and ash content Sampling Air drying Oven drying Prototype pyrolytic reactor
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