Catalytic ozonation treatment of papermaking wastewater by Ag-doped NiFe2O4: Performance and mechanism


Chao Li , Junyu Zhao , Jiashun Cao , Yujie Zhao , Teng Zhang , Di Zheng

DOI:10.1016/j.jes.2020.04.014

Received November 01, 2019,Revised , Accepted April 08, 2020, Available online June 07, 2020

Volume 32,2020,Pages 75-84

The catalytic ozonation treatment of secondary biochemical effluent for papermaking wastewater by Ag-doped nickel ferrite was investigated. Ag-doped catalysts prepared by sol-gel method were characterized, illustrating that Ag entirely entered the crystalline of NiFe2O4 and changed the surface properties. The addition of catalyst enhanced the removal efficiency of chemical oxygen demand and total organic carbon. The results of gas chromatography-mass spectrometer, ultraviolet light absorbance at 254 nm and three-dimensional fluorescence excitation-emission matrix suggested that aromatic compounds were efficiently degraded and toxic substances, such as dibutyl phthalate. In addition, the radical scavenging experiments confirmed the hydroxyl radicals acted as the main reactive oxygen species and the surface properties of catalysts played an important role in the reaction. Overall, this work validated potential applications of Ag-doped NiFe2O4 catalyzed ozonation process of biologically recalcitrant wastewater.

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