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  • Heterogeneous Degradation of Dyes in Industrial Effluent over Fenton-Like Nano-Fe2O3/Goldmine Complex  [WRE 2015]
  • DOI: 10.4236/gep.2015.310004   PP.24 - 27
  • Author(s)
  • Kun Zhao, Mindong Zhang, Mei Huang
  • ABSTRACT
  • Nano-Fe2O3/goldmine complex was obtained by chemical coprecipitation reaction on the surface of goldmine waste-solid. Being used as the heterogeneous catalyst in Fenton-like advanced oxidation processes (AOPs), its treatment effect was studied in the removal performance of industrial dyes effluent. Although the maximal COD removal efficiency would reach 35.4% when 5 mL NaClO was added in 100 mL industrial dyes effluent, it is found that by using nano-Fe2O3/goldmine system, the COD removal efficiency of 13,000 mg/L dyes wastewater could reach up to 75.5% in the presence of 30 g/L nano-Fe2O3/goldmine complex and 50 mL/L NaClO at 50C.

  • KEYWORDS
  • Nano-Fe2O3/Goldmine Complex, Heterogeneous Reaction, Advanced Oxidation Processes, Industrial Dyes Effluent
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