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Edith Cowan University

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering

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Chemically Dealloyed Fe-Based Metallic Glass With Void Channels-Like Architecture For Highly Enhanced Peroxymonosulfate Activation In Catalysis, J.C. Wang, S.X. Liang, Z. Jia, W.C. Zhang, W.M. Wang, Y.J. Lui, J. Lu, L.C Zhang Jan 2019

Chemically Dealloyed Fe-Based Metallic Glass With Void Channels-Like Architecture For Highly Enhanced Peroxymonosulfate Activation In Catalysis, J.C. Wang, S.X. Liang, Z. Jia, W.C. Zhang, W.M. Wang, Y.J. Lui, J. Lu, L.C Zhang

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Metallic glasses (MGs) with their intrinsic disordered atomic structure and widely controllable atomic components have recently emerged as fascinating functional materials in wastewater treatment. Compared to crystalline alloys, the less-noble atomic components in monolithic metallic glass are more efficient to be selectively dissolved during dealloying process. This work reported a facile chemical dealloying approach to fabricate a void channels-like structured MG with the elemental components of Fe73.5Si13.5B9Cu1Nb3 for methylene blue (MB) degradation. Results indicated that the dealloyed Fe73.5Si13.5B9Cu1Nb3 MGs with the void channels-like morphology presented a significant improvement of catalytic efficiency and reusability. The dye degradation ...