A hollow mesoporous carbon from metal-organic framework for robust adsorbability of ibuprofen drug in water

Thuan Van Tran, Duyen Thi Cam Nguyen, Hanh T.N. Le, Oanh T.K. Nguyen, Vinh H Nguyen, Thuong Thi Nguyen, Long Giang Bach, Trinh Duy Nguyen

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Herein, we described a tunable method for synthesis of novel hollow mesoporous carbon (MPC) via direct pyrolysis (800oC) of MIL-53 (Fe) as a self-sacrificed template. The structural characterization revealed a hollow, amorphous, defective and mesoporous MPC along with high surface area (approx. 200 m2 g21). For the experiments of ibuprofen adsorption onto MPC, effects of contact time, MPC dosage, ionic strength, concentration and temperature were systematically investigated. The optimal conditions consisted of pH ¼ 3, concentration 10 mg l21 and dose of 0.1 g l21 for the highest ibuprofen removal efficiency up to 88.3% after 4 h. Moreover, adsorption behaviour, whereby chemisorption and monolayer controlled the uptake of ibuprofen over MPC, were assumed. Adsorption mechanisms including H-bonding, p-p interaction, metal-oxygen, electrostatic attraction were rigorously proposed. In comparison to several studies, the MPC nanocomposite in this work obtained the outstanding maximum adsorption capacity (206.5 mg g21) and good reusability (5 cycles); thus, it can be used as a feasible alternative for decontamination of ibuprofen anti-inflammatory drug from water.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number190058
JournalRoyal Society Open Science
Volume6
Issue number5
DOIs
StatePublished - May 1 2019

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Ibuprofen
Carbon
Metals
Water
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Adsorption
Decontamination
Reusability
Chemisorption
Ionic strength
Electrostatics
Monolayers
Nanocomposites
Pyrolysis
Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Oxygen
Experiments

Keywords

  • Antibiotic pollutant
  • Hollow mesoporous carbon
  • Ibuprofen adsorption
  • MIL-53 (Fe)

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Van Tran, T., Nguyen, D. T. C., Le, H. T. N., Nguyen, O. T. K., Nguyen, V. H., Nguyen, T. T., ... Nguyen, T. D. (2019). A hollow mesoporous carbon from metal-organic framework for robust adsorbability of ibuprofen drug in water. Royal Society Open Science, 6(5), [190058]. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.190058

A hollow mesoporous carbon from metal-organic framework for robust adsorbability of ibuprofen drug in water. / Van Tran, Thuan; Nguyen, Duyen Thi Cam; Le, Hanh T.N.; Nguyen, Oanh T.K.; Nguyen, Vinh H; Nguyen, Thuong Thi; Bach, Long Giang; Nguyen, Trinh Duy.

In: Royal Society Open Science, Vol. 6, No. 5, 190058, 01.05.2019.

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Van Tran, Thuan ; Nguyen, Duyen Thi Cam ; Le, Hanh T.N. ; Nguyen, Oanh T.K. ; Nguyen, Vinh H ; Nguyen, Thuong Thi ; Bach, Long Giang ; Nguyen, Trinh Duy. / A hollow mesoporous carbon from metal-organic framework for robust adsorbability of ibuprofen drug in water. In: Royal Society Open Science. 2019 ; Vol. 6, No. 5.
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