Catalytic wet oxidation of high concentration formaldehyde wastewater over Pt/nitrogen-doped activated carbon View Full Text


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2019-02

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Bo Xing, Guo Yang, Honglin Chen, Xingyong Liu

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High concentration formaldehyde (HCHO) wastewater was treated by catalytic wet oxidation (CWO) using Pt/activated carbons. The activated carbons (ACs) with different surface nitrogen content were prepared by H2O2 pre-oxidation and thermal treatment with melamine. The corresponding Pt/ACs were prepared by excess volume impregnation process and characterized by N2 adsorption/desorption, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). The CWO experiments were performed in a co-current upflow fixed bed reactor at 125 °C and 1.0 MPa. The results revealed the positive effect of nitrogen-containing surface groups on the Pt–AC interactions, and resulting in a smaller Pt nanoparticles size and a narrower distribution. Compared with the original Pt/AC, more nitrogen content of Pt/AC showed higher catalytic activity in the mineralization of high concentration formaldehyde (~ 17,000 mg/L) and COD (~ 23,000 mg/L). After 170 h of time on stream, HCHO and COD concentrations of effluent from Pt/AC increased from 482 to 805 mg/L, and from 1895 to 2980 mg/L, respectively, while those from Pt/nitrogen-doped AC just increased from 0.6 to 30.6 mg/L, and from 48 to 345 mg/L even at 350 h of time on stream. Lesser Pt leaching and the extent of agglomeration of Pt NPs were observed over nitrogen-containing Pt/AC. CWO using Pt/nitrogen-doped AC may be applied as a promising treatment for high concentration HCHO wastewater prior to biological system. More... »

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