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Title: Degradation of endocrine disrupting chemicals in aqueous solution by interaction of photocatalytic oxidation and ferrate (VI) oxidation
Authors: Li, C
Li, XZ
Keywords: BPA
Endocrine disrupting chemicals
Photocatalytic oxidation
Potassium ferrate
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: IWA Publishing
Source: Water science and technology, 2007, v. 55, no. 1-2, p. 217-223 How to cite?
Journal: Water science and technology 
Abstract: In this study, the degradation of bisphenol A in aqueous suspension by interaction of photocatalytic oxidation and ferrate(VI) oxidation was investigated under different conditions. The results indicate that the formation of Fe(V) and Fe(IV) is in the photocatalytic reduction of Fe(VI) by electron (ecb -) on the surface of TiO?. The oxidation efficiency of the photocatalytic oxidation in the presence of Fe(VI) was much greater than that without. In addition, the decomposition of Fe(VI) under different conditions was also investigated. The results indicate that the Fe(VI) reduction was accelerated by photocatalytic reaction and the adsorption capacity of Fe(VI) on TiO?surface decreased as pH increased. The characteristics of solid potassium ferrate prepared were investigated by X-ray diffraction. It was found that the potassium ferrate solid has a tetrahedral structure with a space group of D2h (Pnma) and a = 7.705 ?, b = 5.863 ?, and c = 10.36 ?. (See Article file for details of the abstract.)
ISSN: 0273-1223
DOI: 10.2166/wst.2007.018
Rights: ? IWA Publishing 2007. The definitive peer-reviewed and edited version of this article is published in Water Science and Technology, v. 55, no. 1-2, p. 217-223, 2007 and is available at
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