International Journal of Natural Science and Nanotechnology

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Masuoda Farhat
Mohammed A Samba
Mahmoud Faysil
Fares Fenniche

This investigation delved into the comprehensive assessment of a composite amalgam featuring hybrid nanoparticles composed of CoFe 2 O 4 , an extract from Commiphora Myrrha, and Coal Fly Ash. The primary objective of this study was to ascertain the potency of this composite in addressing the intricate challenge of marine oil spill mitigation, particularly within the context of pervasive environmental contamination. The synthesis of the hybrid nanoparticles was executed at Sebha University, with the remaining components being procured from established commercial sources. The meticulous characterization of these constituents was conducted employing advanced analytical techniques, namely X-ray diffraction spectroscopy (XRD) and infrared absorption spectroscopy (FTIR). The empirical findings gleaned from the experimental investigation conspicuously spotlight the superior efficacy achieved through the strategic employment of hybrid NPs, specifically the CoFe 2 O 4 nanoparticles combined with Commiphora Myrrha extract, at a compositional ratio of 20:80. Under these conditions, an appreciable oil removal efficiency of 30.7% was realized, demonstrating the pronounced influence of the amalgamation on the mitigation process. Notably, this efficacy was realized at a concentration of 0.06 g, underscoring the optimal operational parameter within this experimental framework. Remarkably, the pinnacle of success was encountered when hybrid NPs were synergistically combined with coal fly ash, configuring a proportion of 30:70. This synergistic alliance yielded a conspicuously impressive oil removal efficiency of 69.7% under identical concentration conditions of 0.06 g. This outcome significantly underscores the strategic potential of the composite in the context of marine oil spill remediation. The ramifications of these findings are notable, as they contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the realm of environmental contamination management. Furthermore, the demonstrated efficacy of this composite prompts further inquiry into refining and optimizing the proportionality of its constituents and their application methodologies. It is recommended that subsequent studies delve into the mechanisms underlying this composite's performance enhancement, paving the way for the potential integration of this innovation into practical strategies aimed at alleviating the detrimental effects of marine oil spills on aquatic ecosystems.
Keywords: Nanoparticles; Commiphora Myrrha; Coal fly ash;  Oil spills removal; waste materials; Hybrid Nanoparticles.