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|標題:||Chromate reduction by zero-valent Al metal as catalyzed by polyoxometalate||作者:||Lin, C.J.
|關鍵字:||Chromate;Polyoxometalate;Zero-valent aluminum;Al foil;Reduction;environmental-pollutant cr(vi);electron-transfer reactions;photocatalytic reduction;light illumination;organic-compounds;heteropoly blues;oxidation;chromium(vi);particles;acid||Project:||Water Research||期刊/報告no：:||Water Research, Volume 43, Issue 20, Page(s) 5015-5022.||摘要:||
In spite of a high reduction potential of zero-valent Al (ZVAl), its ability to reduce Cr(VI), a widespread pollutant, to less toxic Cr(III) remains to be uncovered. In the present study, Cr(VI) reduction by ZVAl was conducted to evaluate the potential application of Al as a reductant for Cr(VI). Polyoxometalate (POM, HNa(2)PW(12)O(40)), a catalyst, was used to accelerate Cr(VI) reduction by Al. The reaction of 0.192 mM Cr(VI) on ZVAl was investigated in the presence of N(2) or O(2) at pH 1. A slight decrease in Cr(VI) concentration was observed on as-received (uncleaned) ZVAl due to the presence of oxide layer with a low surface area (ca. 3.4 x 10(-3)m(2)/g) of ZVAl. On addition of 0.1 mM POM, Cr(VI) reduction on uncleaned ZVAl increased significantly. This is attributed to the unique properties of POM, which has a Bronsted acidity higher than usual inorganic acids such as H(2)SO(4) and HCl. Thus, POM could remove rapidly the oxidize layer on ZVAl, followed by acting as a shuttle for electron transfer from ZVAl to Cr(VI). Under a N(2) atmosphere, one-or two-electron reduction of POM by ZVAl was responsible for Cr(VI) reduction in the early stage of the reaction. However, during reaction with ZVAl over 120 min, three-electron reduction of POM predominated over Cr(VI) reduction. On interaction of O(2) with reduced POM, the formation of H(2)O(2) was responsible for subsequent Cr(VI) reduction. The results suggest that POM is an efficient catalyst for Cr(VI) reduction by Al due to the extremely rapid consumption of reduced POM or H(2)O(2) by Cr(VI). (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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