Kinetics of the oxidative destruction of para-chlorophenol in a combined iron-persulfate system under the action of simulated sunlight was studied. It was shown that, under additional photoirradiation, a deep conversion of chlorophenol and main intermediate products of its destruction is provided, with iron compounds serving not only as catalysts, but also as photochemical oxidation sensitizers. The degree of mineralization of para-chlorophenol and products of its oxidation under a photoactivated treatment for two hours reached a value of 60%, whereas that in the “dark” reaction did not exceed 1%. In the combined oxidizing system S2O 8 2– /Fe2+/UV-Vis, a considerable synergic effect was observed due to the formation of reactive oxygen intermediate both via decomposition persulfate and through reduction of Fe3+ from inactive Fe3+ intermediates.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 31, 2016
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