Comparison of the Efficiency of Titanium and Molybdenum Nanometal Oxides as Adsorbents for Sulfur Compounds in Crude Oil

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The sulfur content in crude oil and its derivatives negatively affects all aspects of life, especially economic, environmental and industrial.  It is vital to create methods and materials that are both affordable and environmentally friendly in order to remove sulfur from crude oil. for this purpose  titanium oxide (TiO2) and molybdenum trioxide (MoO3) nanoparticles were prepared by hydrothermal method at different temperatures and characterized by several techniques including using scanning electron microscopy (SEM),  x-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FT-IR), zeta potential, and dynamic light scattering (DLS) to find out some physical and chemical properties of the prepared nano compounds, The results showed that (MoO3) was more efficient than (TiO2) in reducing the sulfur content of crude oil. This work presents a successful example of the preparation of TiO2 and MoO3 NPs based hydrothermal method and the successful application of these NPs as active components, for the potential sulfur compound adsorbents, supporting environmental treatment.
Journal of Nano Structures, Volume:13 Issue: 2, Spring 2023
373 to 379  
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