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Type: Journal article
Title: Engineering MIL-100(Fe) on 3D porous natural diatoms as a versatile high performing platform for controlled isoniazid drug release, Fenton's catalysis for malachite green dye degradation and environmental adsorbents for Pb²+ removal and dyes
Other Titles: Engineering MIL-100(Fe) on 3D porous natural diatoms as a versatile high performing platform for controlled isoniazid drug release, Fenton's catalysis for malachite green dye degradation and environmental adsorbents for Pb2+ removal and dyes
Author: Uthappa, U.T.
Sriram, G.
Arvind, O.R.
Kumar, S.
Ho-Young-Jung
Neelgund, G.M.
Losic, D.
Kurkuri, M.D.
Citation: Applied Surface Science, 2020; 528:146974-1-146974-13
Publisher: Elsevier
Issue Date: 2020
ISSN: 0169-4332
1873-5584
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U.T. Uthappa, G. Sriram, O.R. Arvind, Sandeep Kumar, Ho-Young-Jung, Gururaj M. Neelgund, Dusan Losic, Mahaveer D. Kurkuri
Abstract: Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) emerged as one of the promising functional materials for broad applications. To improve the sustainability of their synthetic route and extend their applications are still demanding and challenging task. Herein, to address this problem, we report practical use of “eco-friendly” approach to create new type of hybrid materials by combining MOFs with naturally available hierarchical diatom biosilica (DE) acts as 3D porous scaffolds. This combination of high surface area, an unique 3D diatom architecture with 2D MOFs structure with specific chemical functionalities –OH, –COOH and Fe atoms confined in MIL-100(Fe)-DE hybrid materials and explored for a wide range of applications like drug delivery, catalyst support and environmental adsorbents. To prove drug delivery application for MIL-100(Fe)-DE, isoniazid (INH) anti-TBC (tuberculosis) drug is selected as typical drug model showing an enhanced drug loading capacity of 9.6 ± 1.6% and an extended in vitro controlled drug release performances over 23 days. This is significant improvement of short drug release characterstics and biological half life of INH (1–4 h) that limits to rich full therapeutic benefits for treatment of TBC. A heterogeneous Fenton’s catalysis study of MIL-100(Fe)-DE showed a rapid degradation of Malachite green (MG) dye within 60 min with degradation efficiency of 99.02 ± 1.3%. To prove environment remediation performances at 25 °C and in pH 6, MIL-100(Fe)-DE displayed efficient removal of Pb2+ with removal efficiency of 96.45 ± 2.1%, high adsorption capacity of 155 mg/g and the improved partition co-efficient (PC) was 87.32 mg.g−1 .µM−1 for Pb2+ of (50 mg/L) with excellent reusability. Finally, MIL-100(Fe)-DE hybrid was tested for the removal of cationic dyes such as methylene blue (MB), rhodamine B (RhB) and anionic dyes like congo red (CR) and erichrome black T (EBT) showing 96.10 ± 1.3, 75.11 ± 1.95, 98.11 ± 1.7 and 76 ± 1.88% of removal efficiency respectively.
Keywords: Natural diatoms; Metal-organic frameworks; Hybrid materials; Drug delivery; Environmental applications
Rights: © 2020 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
DOI: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2020.146974
Grant ID: http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/IH150100003
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