Nitrate reduction over nanoscale zero-valent iron prepared by hydrogen reduction of goethite
Liu, H. B., Chen, T. H., Chang, D. Y., Chen, D., Liu, Y., He, H. P., Yuan, P., & Frost, R. L. (2012) Nitrate reduction over nanoscale zero-valent iron prepared by hydrogen reduction of goethite. Materials Chemistry and Physics, 133(1), pp. 205-211.
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Nitrate reduction with nanoscale zero-valent iron (NZVI) was reported as a potential technology to remove nitrate from nitrate-contaminated water. In this paper, nitrate reduction with NZVI prepared by hydrogen reduction of natural goethite (NZVI-N, -N represents natural goethite) and hydrothermal goethite (NZVI-H, -H represents hydrothermal goethite) was conducted. Besides, the effects of reaction time, nitrate concentration, iron-to-nitrate ratio on nitrate removal rate over NZVI-H and NZVI-N were investigated. To prove their excellent nitrate reduction capacities, NZVI-N and NZVI-H were compared with ordinary zero-valent iron (OZVI-N) through the static experiments. Based on all above investigations, the mechanism of nitrate reduction with NZVI-N was proposed. The result showed that reaction time, nitrate concentration, iron-to-nitrate ratio played an important role in nitrate reduction by NZVI-N and NZVI-H. Compared with OZVI, NZVI-N and NZVI-H showed little relationship with pH. And NZVI-N for nitrate composition offers a higher stability than NZVI-H because of the existence of Al-substitution. Furthermore, NZVI-N, prepared by hydrogen reduction of goethite, has higher activity for nitrate reduction and the products contain hydrogen, nitrogen, NH 4 +, a little nitrite, but no NOx, meanwhile NZVI-N was oxidized to Fe 2+. It is a relatively easy and cost-effective method for nitrate removal, so NZVI-N reducing nitrate has a great potential application in nitrate removal of groundwater. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.
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|Keywords:||Al-substituted goethite, Groundwater, Nanoscale zero-valent iron, Natural goethite, Nitrate reduction, Al-substitution, Cost-effective methods, Hydrogen reduction, Nitrate concentration, Nitrate removal, Potential applications, Potential technologies, Static experiments, Zero-valent iron, Aluminum, Hydrogen, Iron, Nanotechnology, Nitrates, Nitrogen removal|
|ISSN:||1879-3312 (online) 0254-0584 (print)|
|Divisions:||Current > Schools > School of Chemistry, Physics & Mechanical Engineering
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|Deposited On:||09 Jul 2012 23:18|
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