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Table 1 Summary of specific uptake capacities of MXenes and MXene-based composites for dyes and ionic pollutants

From: Application of MXenes in environmental remediation technologies

MXene or derivative Pollutant Uptake capacity (mg/g) Reference
Ti3C2Tx MB 100 [20]
LiOH-Ti3C2Tx 121
NaOH-Ti3C2Tx 189
KOH-Ti3C2Tx 77
MXene /COOH@(PEI/PAA) ST 33.76 [21]
NR 42.50
MB 36.69
h-Ti3C2 MB 24 [22]
MO
Phytic Acid-MXene MB 42 [23]
RhB 22
Ti3C2(OH/ONa)xF2–x Pb(II) 140 [25]
Ti3C2Tx Cr(VI) 250 [26]
TiO2–C Cr(VI) 225 [27]
Ti3C2 Ba(II) 9.3 [28]
DL- Ti3C2Tx Cu(II) 78.45 [29]
Magnetic Ti3C2Tx Hg(II) 1128.41 [30]
V2CTx U(VI) 174 [35]
hydrated Ti3C2Tx U(VI) 214 [36]
Ti2CTx U(VI) 470 [37]
Ti2CTx/PDDA Re(VII) 363 [38]
Ti2CTx-hydrated Th(IV) 213.2 [39]
HTNs Eu(III) 200 [40]
Fe3O4/MXene PO4−3 9.42 [31]
Ti3C2Tx BrO3 321.8 [32]
  1. PEI/PAA polyethylene polyimide/poly (acrylic acid), MB methylene blue, ST safranine T, NR neutral red, MO methylene orange, RhB rhodamine B, DL-MXene delaminated MXene, PDDA poly (diallyl dimethylammonium chloride), HTNs hierarchical titanate nanostructures