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|標題:||Cobalt ferrite nanoparticles supported on electrospun carbon fiber as a magnetic heterogeneous catalyst for activating peroxymonosulfate||作者:||Lin, Kun-Yi Andrew
|關鍵字:||Amaranth;Carbon nanofiber;Cobalt ferrite;Electrospun;Peroxymonosulfate;Carbon;Carbon Fiber;Catalysis;Cobalt;Ferric Compounds;Nanoparticles;Peroxides;Water Pollutants, Chemical;Water Purification;Magnetics||Project:||Chemosphere, Volume 208, Page(s) 502-511.||摘要:||
Cobalt ferrite (CF) nanoparticle (NP) represents a promising alternative to Co3O4 NP for peroxymonosulfate (PMS) activation in view of its strong magnetism for easy recovery. As CF NPs in water are prone to agglomerate, a few attempts have been made to immobilize CF NPs on substrates. While carbonaceous supports are more favorable owing to their earth abundancy, the study of carbon-supported CF for PMS activation is limited to graphene-based CF, which, however, requires complicated protocols to prepare. As carbon-supported CF, by straightforward preparation, is still greatly desired, this study aims to employ electrospinning techniques for preparing carbon-supported CF by carbonizing an electrospun CF-embedded polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fiber. After carbonization, the CF-PAN fiber is converted into CF-embedded carbon nanofiber (CF@CNF), which contains well distributed CF NPs, high magnetism and stable carbon support, making CF@CNF a highly promising catalyst for activating PMS. As amaranth decolorization is used as a model reaction, CF@CNF is able to activate PMS for generating sulfate radicals and then decolorize amaranth in water. Amaranth decolorization by CF@CNF-PMS is also substantially facilitated at elevated temperature, and enhanced under the weakly acidic condition. CF@CNF also remains effective to activate PMS even in the presence of salts and surfactants, and re-usable over multiple cycles. Compared to other reported catalysts, CF@CNF also exhibited a much lower Ea value (35.8 kJ/mol) for amaranth decolorization. These features validate that CF@CNF is an advantageous and convenient catalyst for activating PMS.
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