Degradation of Diazinon Using Fenton-like Reaction Over Iron Base Catalyst
This research aims to study the feasibility of Fenton-like reaction for diazinon degradation over Cu-Fe bimetallic catalysts. The effects of the content of copper doped onto catalyst, amount of catalyst loading, hydrogen peroxide concentration, and hydrogen peroxide doping times on the diazinon removal were investigated. The results confirmed that the presence of copper on catalyst could catalyze higher diazinon removal than that over Fe catalyst for both of absence and presence of hydrogen peroxide in the solution. The enhancement of redox ability of Cu-Fe bimetallic catalyst compared to Fe catalyst. By adjusting all parameters, it was found that the diazinon removal percentage of 50% could be degraded within 30 min at initial diazinon concentration of 100 ppm, 3%Cu-Fe catalyst, catalyst loading of 1g/L, hydrogen peroxide dosage of 10 mM, and solution pH of 5.
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