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Evaluation of the effects of significant factors and interactions on the enrichment of arsenic and chromium by pipette tip solid phase extraction using novel P-ZrO2CeO2ZnO nanoparticles/alginate beads


Nichodimus Hokonya (1,*) orcid , Courtie Mahamadi (2) orcid , Netai Mukaratirwa Muchanyereyi (3) orcid , Timothy Gutu (4) orcid

(1) Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Bindura University of Science Education, P. Bag 1020 Bindura Zimbabwe
(2) Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Bindura University of Science Education, P. Bag 1020 Bindura Zimbabwe
(3) Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Bindura University of Science Education, P. Bag 1020 Bindura Zimbabwe
(4) Department of Physics, University of Zimbabwe, P.O. Box MP 167 Mount Pleasant Harare, Zimbabwe
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Received: 09 Jun 2022 | Revised: 15 Jul 2022 | Accepted: 22 Jul 2022 | Published: 30 Sep 2022 | Issue Date: September 2022

Abstract


The study seeks to determine the most significant factors affecting arsenic and chromium enrichment using novel P-ZrO2CeO2ZnO nanoparticles/alginate beads in order to minimize the total number of runs needed to successfully run the experiment. The effects of interactions between factors were also evaluated so that the optimum conditions which are not affected by the other factors are chosen for the experiments. The most significant factors on arsenic and chromium enrichment were screened for by using a half-factorial design, followed by the optimization of significant factors using the full-factorial design, and the interaction between factors was determined using ANOVA and interaction plots. The most significant factors for chromium recovery were sample volume, eluent flow rate, and sorbent dosage. For both chromium and arsenic recovery, interactions occurred between sample volume, dosage, and pH. The optimum conditions chosen for the experiment that gave favourable results for both metal ions were sample volume 5 mL, dosage 40 mg, pH = 7 and eluent flow rate 1 mL/min. This study showed that a preliminary screening step for the most significant factors for arsenic and chromium enrichment helps to reduce the number of total runs, and for the same experiment interactions between factors were present; hence, it is necessary to take this into account during the experimental design.


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ICP-MS; Nanoparticles; Significant factors; Arsenic and chromium; Pipette tip solid phase extraction; P-ZrO2CeO2ZnO nanoparticles/alginate beads

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Hokonya, N.; Mahamadi, C.; Muchanyereyi, N.; Gutu, T. Eur. J. Chem. 2022, 13(3), 327-336. doi:10.5155/eurjchem.13.3.327-336.2295
Hokonya, N.; Mahamadi, C.; Muchanyereyi, N.; Gutu, T. Evaluation of the effects of significant factors and interactions on the enrichment of arsenic and chromium by pipette tip solid phase extraction using novel P-ZrO2CeO2ZnO nanoparticles/alginate beads. Eur. J. Chem. 2022, 13(3), 327-336. doi:10.5155/eurjchem.13.3.327-336.2295
Hokonya, N., Mahamadi, C., Muchanyereyi, N., & Gutu, T. (2022). Evaluation of the effects of significant factors and interactions on the enrichment of arsenic and chromium by pipette tip solid phase extraction using novel P-ZrO2CeO2ZnO nanoparticles/alginate beads. European Journal of Chemistry, 13(3), 327-336. doi:10.5155/eurjchem.13.3.327-336.2295
Hokonya, Nichodimus, Courtie Mahamadi, Netai Mukaratirwa Muchanyereyi, & Timothy Gutu. "Evaluation of the effects of significant factors and interactions on the enrichment of arsenic and chromium by pipette tip solid phase extraction using novel P-ZrO2CeO2ZnO nanoparticles/alginate beads." European Journal of Chemistry [Online], 13.3 (2022): 327-336. Web. 26 Nov. 2022
Hokonya, Nichodimus, Mahamadi, Courtie, Muchanyereyi, Netai, AND Gutu, Timothy. "Evaluation of the effects of significant factors and interactions on the enrichment of arsenic and chromium by pipette tip solid phase extraction using novel P-ZrO2CeO2ZnO nanoparticles/alginate beads" European Journal of Chemistry [Online], Volume 13 Number 3 (30 September 2022)

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