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標題: Chromate reduction on humic acid derived from a peat soil - Exploration of the activated sites on HAs for chromate removal
作者: Huang, S.W.
Chiang, P.N.
Liu, J.C.
Hung, J.T.
Kuan, W.H.
Tzou, Y.M.
Wang, S.L.
Huang, J.H.
Chen, C.C.
Wang, M.K.
Loeppert, R.H.
關鍵字: Humic acid;Cr(VI);Reduction;Aromatic groups;Oxygen-containing C;organic-matter;fulvic-acid;cr(vi) reduction;sorption;naphthalene;substances;adsorption;coal
Project: Chemosphere
期刊/報告no:: Chemosphere, Volume 87, Issue 6, Page(s) 587-594.
Humic substances are a major component of soil organic matter that influence the behavior and fate of heavy metals such as Cr(VI), a toxic and carcinogenic element. In the study, a repetitive extraction technique was used to fractionate humic acids (HAs) from a peat soil into three fractions (denoted as F1, F2, and F3), and the relative importance of O-containing aromatic and aliphatic domains in humic substances for scavenging Cr(VI) was addressed at pH 1. Spectroscopic analyses indicated that the concentrations of aromatic C and O-containing functional groups decreased with a progressive extraction as follows: F1 > F2 > F3. Cr(VI) removal by HA proceeded slowly, but it was enhanced when light was applied due to the production of efficient reductants, such as superoxide radical and H2O2, for Cr(VI). Higher aromatic- and O-containing F1 fraction exhibited a greater efficiency for Cr(VI) reduction (with a removal rate of ca. 2.89 mmol g(-1) HA under illumination for 3 h). C-13 NMR and FTIR spectra further demonstrated that the carboxyl groups were primarily responsible for Cr(VI) reduction. This study implied the mobility and fate of Cr(VI) would be greatly inhibited in the environments containing such organic groups. (C) 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
ISSN: 0045-6535
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2012.01.010
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