Prediction the Adsorption Mechanism of Sodium ion on ACTF Surface via A New Theoretical MoldingAuthor(s): Hosny R, El-Aily M, Mansour EM and Fathy M
In this fascinating and wide framework, we have described the properties of ACTF and their applications as an adsorbent for sodium ion. As result of the experimental work of sodium ion adsorption behavior was been unavailability due to consuming money and experimental time, it is vital to use the empirically derived correlation equation to deduce the adsorption behavior of sodium ion quantitive concentration (QC) on ACTF. The data used in this model are obtained from 76 data points of sodium ion QC (100 mg/L) collecting from different places in Egypt at various temperatures and times 35-65°C and 5-130 min, respectively. In this study, the adsorption behavior of sodium ions (QC) on ACTF is predicted by theoretical calculations, as a function of time and temperature. A high accuracy of the new empirical model that proposed by non-linear regression analysis was (r2=93.52%) which indicate high reliability of the proposed correlation. The new model was validated by using 72 different data points with obtained high accuracy of r2=89.8, 90.0 and 91.0% at 35°C 45°C and 65°C, respectively. Finally, the obtained theoretical computations results appear that this model is more statistical accuracy and relevant to be the first publication to be applied in this field.