Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні, 2017, 8 (4), 422-431.

Катіон-вмісне активоване вугілля як фотокаталізатори деградації барвників



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/hftp08.04.422

V. V. Sydorchuk, S. V. Khalameida, O. I. Poddubnaya, M. M. Tsyba, A. M. Puziy

Анотація


Окиснене вугілля та його катіонообмінні форми використані як фотокаталізатори в процесах деградації барвників (родамін Б, метилоранж) та фенолу під дією УФ та видимого світла. Встановлено, що вихідне окиснене вугілля є активним в умовах УФ опромінення, але неактивне у видимій області. Введення в активоване вугілля добавок міді та кобальту сприяє значному збільшенню фотокаталітичної активності отриманих каталізаторів. Мідь-вмісне вугілля є найактивнішим в УФ області, а кобальт-вмісне – у видимій області. Ступінь знебарвлення розчинів барвників досягає 90–95 %, а ступінь їх мінералізації складає 16–73 %.


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активоване вугілля; катіонообмінні форми; фотокаталітична деградація; УФ- та видиме випромінювання; знебарвлення та мінералізація

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/hftp08.04.422

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