Keywords Fenton-reaction-derived · Fe C@Fe/N-G · Fenton catalyst · Polydopamine · Oxidative degradation · Activity · Recyclability 1 Introduction of promising treatment methods to convert the organic contaminants into C O , or other biodegradable small The heavy emission of dyeing contamination causes seri- organic molecules . Fenton reaction is considered as ous water pollution and ecological deterioration [1–3]. an effective AOP for organic pollutants removal due to its For effective degradation of soluble organic contami- economic feasibility and higher efficiency [2 ]. The exact nants, advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) are a type mechanism of the Fenton’s process is quite complicated and some details are still under debate so far. Generally it could be briefly described that the highly reactive species, * Weihua Hu mainly hydroxyl radicals (OH·) [5, 6], are produced from firstname.lastname@example.org H O in the presence of catalyst, to destroy organic com- 2 2 Institute for Clean energy and Advanced Materials, Faculty pounds by breaking their covalent bonds . Photo-Fenton of Materials and Energy, Southwest University, Chongqing, was further developed as a special Fenton process, where China light radiation is employed to accelerate the heterogeneous Chongqing Key Laboratory for Advanced Materials Fenton process on the surface of catalyst. The underlying and Technologies of Clean Energies, Chongqing, China Vol:.(1234567890) 1
Catalysis Letters – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 2, 2018
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