MOF-derived Co3O4-C@FeOOH as an efficient catalyst for catalytic ozonation of norfloxacin.

  title={MOF-derived Co3O4-C@FeOOH as an efficient catalyst for catalytic ozonation of norfloxacin.},
  author={Hai Chen and Jianlong Wang},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},

Catalytic Ozonation of Norfloxacin Using Co-Mn/CeO2 as a Multi-Component Composite Catalyst

In this study, a Co-Mn/CeO2 composite was prepared through a facile sol-gel method and used as an efficient catalyst for the ozonation of norfloxacin (NOR). The Co-Mn/CeO2 composite was characterized

Covalent organic frameworks@ZIF-67 derived novel nanocomposite catalyst effectively activated peroxymonosulfate to degrade organic pollutants.

Metal organic frameworks-Covalent organic frameworks (MOFs-COFs) nanocomposites could improve the catalytic performance. Herein, a novel nanocomposite catalyst (CC@Co3O4) derived from MOFs-COFs

Mechanism of catalytic ozonation for elimination of methyldopa with Fe3O4@SiO2@CeO2 catalyst

The results showed that Fe3 O4 @SiO2 @CeO2 could significantly improve the catalytic ozonation performance, and the enhanced mechanism study showed that it was attributed to promotion of ozone decomposition to generate hydroxyl radical.

Double Z-scheme Co3O4/Bi4O7/Bi2O3 composite activated peroxymonosulfate to efficiently degrade tetracycline under visible light

Co3O4/Bi4O7/Bi2O3 (CBB) composites were prepared, in which Co3O4 was synthesized from Co-MOF as precursor. The peroxymonosulfate (PMS) activated by CBB catalyst under visible light was used to

Bimetal-organic framework-derived nanotube@cellulose aerogels for peroxymonosulfate (PMS) activation.

  • Yuhang WuYuwen Li Junkuo Gao
  • Engineering, Materials Science
    Carbohydrate polymers
  • 2022

Synthesis of Bimetallic FeCu-MOF and Its Performance as Catalyst of Peroxymonosulfate for Degradation of Methylene Blue

Bimetallic MOFs have recently emerged as promising materials for wastewater treatment based on advanced oxidation processes. Herein, a new bimetallic MOF (FeCu-MOF) was fabricated by hydrothermal



Ni-Induced C-Al2O3-Framework (NiCAF) Supported Core-Multishell Catalysts for Efficient Catalytic Ozonation: A Structure-to-Performance Study.

These findings highlight catalysts supported on NiCAF as a facile and efficient approach to achieve both high catalytic activity and excellent structural stability, demonstrating that they are highly viable for practical applications.

Heterogeneous Fenton-like catalysis of Fe-MOF derived magnetic carbon nanocomposites for degradation of 4-nitrophenol

Magnetic carbon nanocomposites (Fe–Cx) as heterogeneous Fenton-like catalysts were synthesized by the pyrolysis of iron based metal-organic frameworks (Fe-MOF), and the degradation removal of

Oxygen Vacancy Promoted Heterogeneous Fenton-like Degradation of Ofloxacin at pH 3.2-9.0 by Cu Substituted Magnetic Fe3O4@FeOOH Nanocomposite.

The new formed oxygen vacancy from in situ Fe substitution by Cu rather than promoted Fe3+/Fe2+ cycle was responsible for the ultraefficiency of Cu doped Fe3O4@FeOOH at neutral and even alkaline pHs.