NewsStudy reveals new route to rapid, efficient removal of
micro-pollutants in water

26th May 2021by admin0
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Recently, the research team led by Prof. Kong Lingtao
from Institute of Solid State Physics, Hefei Institutes of Physical
Science (HFIPS) prepared a highly active single iron atom catalyst
([email protected]) which can activate HNO2 to generate free radicals,
achieving rapid removal of sulfadiazine pollutants in aqueous
solutions. The relevant results were published in the Journal of
Colloid and Interface Science.

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