Composites based on boron, silicon, and chromium nitrides and on Sialon were prepared with the aim of using them in photocatalytic degradation of dyes for wastewater treatment. The surface parameters, elemental and phase composition, and morphology and size of particles of the materials were evaluated. The activity of the composites in decolorization of dye solutions under the conditions of generation of photoactive systems (Ruff-Fenton, ferrioxalate, peroxide-ferrioxalate) was studied. The highest degree of dye degradation is reached when using composites based on boron nitride, which is due to the combination of the photoadsorption and photooxidation.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 3, 2015
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