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Simultaneous Degradation and Removal of CrVI from Aqueous Solution with Zr‐Based Metal–Organic Frameworks Bearing Inherent Reductive Sites

Given the serious harm of Cr to human health, development of efficient techniques for its degradation and subsequent in situ adsorptive removal is highly desirable. Herein, UiO‐66 type metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) integrated with various hydroxyl groups (UiO‐66, UiO‐66‐OH, and UiO‐66‐(OH)) were s... Full description

Journal Title: Chemistry – A European Journal 02 November 2017, Vol.23(61), pp.15415-15423
Main Author: Wang, Zhe
Other Authors: Yang, Jian , Li, Yongsheng , Zhuang, Qixin , Gu, Jinlou
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ID: ISSN: 0947-6539 ; E-ISSN: 1521-3765 ; DOI: 10.1002/chem.201702534
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title: Simultaneous Degradation and Removal of CrVI from Aqueous Solution with Zr‐Based Metal–Organic Frameworks Bearing Inherent Reductive Sites
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  • Wang, Zhe
  • Yang, Jian
  • Li, Yongsheng
  • Zhuang, Qixin
  • Gu, Jinlou
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  • Cr Vi Decontamination
  • Metal–Organic Frameworks
  • Uio-66-Oh 2
  • Wastewater Treatment
ispartof: Chemistry – A European Journal, 02 November 2017, Vol.23(61), pp.15415-15423
description: Given the serious harm of Cr to human health, development of efficient techniques for its degradation and subsequent in situ adsorptive removal is highly desirable. Herein, UiO‐66 type metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) integrated with various hydroxyl groups (UiO‐66, UiO‐66‐OH, and UiO‐66‐(OH)) were successfully explored for the efficient decontamination of Cr from aqueous solution. The abundant hydroxyl groups in organic ligands not only served as reductive sites for the degradation of Cr to less toxic Cr but also acted as inherent anchorages for the efficient capture of Cr. Thanks to their inherent hydroxyl groups and high porosity, UiO‐66‐(OH) presented almost complete removal of Cr species in simulated industrial wastewater. The total Cr content could be reduced from 5 ppm to 48 ppb under optimized adsorption conditions, which is much lower than the limits of total Cr in drinking water established by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). These outstanding Cr decontamination features, combined with the exceptional chemical stability as well as high porosity prefigured the great potentials of the current adsorbents for the remediation of real‐world Cr‐containing industrial wastewater. (MOFs) of UiO‐66‐(OH) were successfully explored to simultaneously degrade and remove toxic Cr, which presented almost complete removal of Cr species in simulated industrial wastewater even at a high concentration of background electrolytes (see scheme).
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abstractGiven the serious harm of Cr to human health, development of efficient techniques for its degradation and subsequent in situ adsorptive removal is highly desirable. Herein, UiO‐66 type metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) integrated with various hydroxyl groups (UiO‐66, UiO‐66‐OH, and UiO‐66‐(OH)) were successfully explored for the efficient decontamination of Cr from aqueous solution. The abundant hydroxyl groups in organic ligands not only served as reductive sites for the degradation of Cr to less toxic Cr but also acted as inherent anchorages for the efficient capture of Cr. Thanks to their inherent hydroxyl groups and high porosity, UiO‐66‐(OH) presented almost complete removal of Cr species in simulated industrial wastewater. The total Cr content could be reduced from 5 ppm to 48 ppb under optimized adsorption conditions, which is much lower than the limits of total Cr in drinking water established by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). These outstanding Cr decontamination features, combined with the exceptional chemical stability as well as high porosity prefigured the great potentials of the current adsorbents for the remediation of real‐world Cr‐containing industrial wastewater. (MOFs) of UiO‐66‐(OH) were successfully explored to simultaneously degrade and remove toxic Cr, which presented almost complete removal of Cr species in simulated industrial wastewater even at a high concentration of background electrolytes (see scheme).
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