Unusual catalytic effects of iron salts on phenol degradation by glow discharge plasma in aqueous solution.

@article{Wang2009UnusualCE,
  title={Unusual catalytic effects of iron salts on phenol degradation by glow discharge plasma in aqueous solution.},
  author={Lei Wang and Xuanzhen Jiang},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2009},
  volume={161 2-3},
  pages={926-32}
}
Catalytic effects of iron salts on phenol degradation induced by glow discharge plasma (GDP) were examined. It was found that ferric ions showed much better catalytic effect than that of ferrous ions. The reason was that GDP could produce hydroxyl radicals and hydrogen peroxide simultaneously; the hydroxyl radicals reacted with phenol to produce dihydroxycyclohexadienyl radicals which reduced the ferric ions to ferrous ions and the newly formed ferrous ions catalyzed the hydrogen peroxide to… CONTINUE READING

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