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Record nummer 2245524
Titel artikel High-silica zeolites for adsorption of organic micro-pollutants in water treatment: a review
Auteur(s) Jiang, N. ; Shang, R. ; Heijman, S.G.J. ; Rietveld, L.C.
Tijdschrifttitel Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2018)144
Paginering 145 - 161
Online full text
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) High-silica zeolites have been found to be effective adsorbents for the removal of organic micropollutants (OMPs) from impaired water, including various pharmaceuticals, personal care products, industrial chemicals, etc. In this review, the properties and fundamentals of high-silica zeolites are summarised. Recent research on mechanisms and efficiencies of OMP adsorption by high-silica zeolites are reviewed to assess the potential opportunities and challenges for the application of high-silica zeolites for OMP adsorption in water treatment. It is concluded that the adsorption capacities are well-related to surface hydrophobicity/hydrophilicity and structural features, e.g. micropore volume and pore size of high-silica zeolites, as well as the properties of OMPs. By using high-silica zeolites, the undesired competitive adsorption of background organic matter (BOM) in natural water could potentially be prevented. In addition, oxidative regeneration could be applied on-site to restore the adsorption capacity of zeolites for OMPs and prevent the toxic residues from re-entering the environment.
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