Assessment of Heavy Metal in Textile Industrial Waste Water and its Treatment by Photocatalytic degradation with TiO2 nano catalyst
Rajeev Kumar Dwivedi , Nisha Tiwari , O.N.Choubey, Arun Kumar Sikarwar
Textile wastewater, titanium dioxide nanocatalyst, photoreactor, Heavy Metal
Water pollution is a widespread and worldly problem, a special reason for this problem is that today many types of organic and inorganic substances are being found in water directly and indirectly, these substances are due to some industrial waste water, such as due to paint industry, fertilizer industry. The more water is used, the more polluted water is released. Heavy metals are also present in this waste water, such as lead, chromium, cadmium etc. The concentration metals are easily determined by atomic absorption spectrophotometer. When photocatalytic process is done with the variation of time, we get the value of heavy metal decreases from 65%to 70%.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

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