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IJE TRANSACTIONS A: Basics Vol. 28, No. 4 (April 2015) 499-506   

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  FE/TIO2 CATALYST FOR PHOTODEGRADATION OF PHENOL IN WATER
 
F. Akhlaghian and S. Sohrabi
 
( Received: November 06, 2014 – Accepted: March 13, 2015 )
 
 

Abstract    In this work, Fe/TiO2 nanostructured catalyst was prepared using sol-gel method developed by Yoldas and tested in degradation of phenol in water under UV radiation. The synthesized catalyst was characterized by XRF, XRD, specific surface area and porosimetry, and SEM methods. The porosimetry revealed the mesopore structure of the catalyst. Results of SEM confirmed the nano dispersion of iron oxides on titania support. Effects of Fe load of the catalyst, dosage of the catalyst, pH, H2O2 amount, and time were investigated. Results of phenol photodegradation over Fe/TiO2 showed that the reaction followed an apparent first order kinetics at low phenol concentration and the apparent rate constant was 0.0017 min-1. Also, there was an optimum for Fe load of the catalyst.

 

Keywords    Nanostructured, Fe, Photocatalysis, Titania, Phenol degradation, Sol-Gel

 

چکیده    در این کار کاتالیست نانو ساختار آهن بر روی تیتانیا با استفاده از روش سل-ژل ابداع شده بوسیله یولداس ساخته شد و در تجزیه فنل در آب تحت تابش اشعه ماوراء بنفش آزمایش شد. کاتالیست سنتز شده بوسیله روش های ایکس ار اف، ایکس ار دی، مساحت سطح ویژه و تخلخل سنجی، و میکروسکپی روبش الکترونی تعیین مشخصات شد. تخلخل سنجی ساختار مزوپور کاتالیست را نشان داد. نتایج میکروسکپی روبش الکترونی پراکندگی نانوذرات اکسیدآهن را بر روی پایه تیتانیا تایید کردند. اثرات بارآهن کاتالیست، مقدار کاتالیست، پی اچ، مقدار پراکسید هیدروژن و زمان بررسی شدند. نتایج تجزیه فتو شیمیائی فنل بر روی کاتالیست آهن بر روی تیتانیا نشان داد که واکنش از سینتیک مرتبه اول پیروی می کند. ثابت سرعت ظاهری براب 0.0017 بر دقیقه بود. همچنین مقدار بهینه ای برای بار آهن کاتالیست وجود دارد.خ

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