Visible light assisted Fenton-like degradation of Orange II on Ni3Fe/Fe3O4 magnetic catalyst prepared from spent FeNi layered double hydroxide

Visible light assisted Fenton-like degradation of Orange II on Ni3Fe/Fe3O4 magnetic catalyst... Article history: Magnetic Ni Fe/Fe O catalyst was prepared by using spent FeNi layered double hydroxide derived from 3 3 4 Received 19 November 2015 the adsorption of organic dyes as precursor via heat treatment under nitrogen atmosphere. X-ray diffrac- Received in revised form 13 January 2016 tion results indicated that the obtained materials were composed of Ni Fe and Fe O . Thermogravimetric 3 3 4 Accepted 19 January 2016 analysis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, elemental analysis, and thermomagnetic curves characteri- Available online 22 January 2016 3+ 2+ zation results demonstrated that Fe and Ni could be reduced to low valence by organic contaminants, and the obtained materials possessed strong magnetism. Visible light assisted Fenton-like experiment Keywords: results showed that the obtained materials possessed high catalytic activities and the degradations at pH FeNi layered double hydroxide of 3–6 and pH 7 preferred to followed Langmuir–Hinshelwood and Eley–Rideal mechanism, respectively. Spent adsorbent reutilizing In addition, the possible effects of Fe and Ni species were briefly discussed as well. On the other hand, Magnetic catalyst comparing to the heated products of FeNi layered double hydroxide the obtained materials presented Photo-Fenton much superiority including variety in metal valences, higher amount of −OH http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical Elsevier

Visible light assisted Fenton-like degradation of Orange II on Ni3Fe/Fe3O4 magnetic catalyst prepared from spent FeNi layered double hydroxide

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd
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1381-1169
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1873-314X
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10.1016/j.molcata.2016.01.022
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Abstract

Article history: Magnetic Ni Fe/Fe O catalyst was prepared by using spent FeNi layered double hydroxide derived from 3 3 4 Received 19 November 2015 the adsorption of organic dyes as precursor via heat treatment under nitrogen atmosphere. X-ray diffrac- Received in revised form 13 January 2016 tion results indicated that the obtained materials were composed of Ni Fe and Fe O . Thermogravimetric 3 3 4 Accepted 19 January 2016 analysis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, elemental analysis, and thermomagnetic curves characteri- Available online 22 January 2016 3+ 2+ zation results demonstrated that Fe and Ni could be reduced to low valence by organic contaminants, and the obtained materials possessed strong magnetism. Visible light assisted Fenton-like experiment Keywords: results showed that the obtained materials possessed high catalytic activities and the degradations at pH FeNi layered double hydroxide of 3–6 and pH 7 preferred to followed Langmuir–Hinshelwood and Eley–Rideal mechanism, respectively. Spent adsorbent reutilizing In addition, the possible effects of Fe and Ni species were briefly discussed as well. On the other hand, Magnetic catalyst comparing to the heated products of FeNi layered double hydroxide the obtained materials presented Photo-Fenton much superiority including variety in metal valences, higher amount of −OH

Journal

Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: ChemicalElsevier

Published: May 1, 2016

References

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    Morimoto, K.; Tamura, K.; Iyi, N.; Ye, J.; Yamada, H.
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    Wei, Y.P.; Wei, D.Q.; Gao, H.W.
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    Dai, W.L.; Qiao, M.H.; Deng, J.F.

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