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Improved Photo Degradation of Rhodamine B Dye using Iron Oxide/Carbon Nanocomposite by Photo-Fenton Reaction
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  • Journal title : Carbon letters
  • Volume 9, Issue 3,  2008, pp.195-199
  • Publisher : Korean Carbon Society
  • DOI : 10.5714/CL.2008.9.3.195
 Title & Authors
Improved Photo Degradation of Rhodamine B Dye using Iron Oxide/Carbon Nanocomposite by Photo-Fenton Reaction
Kim, Min-Il; Im, Ji-Sun; In, Se-Jin; Kim, Hyuk; Kim, Jong-Gyu; Lee, Young-Seak;
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 Abstract
A nanocomposite consisting of and MWCNT was produced via sol-gel technique using along with MWCNT by calcination at . The degradation effect of rhodamine B dye has been investigated under UV illumination in a darkroom. The degradation reaction was studied by monitoring the discoloration of dye as a function of irradiation time using UV-visible spectrophotometeric technique. The -MWCNT samples have continuous degradation ability under the UV illumination with the first order kinetics and the dye removal was better than in the pristine . The resultant composite catalyst was found to be efficient for the photo-Fenton reaction of the dye.
 Keywords
Iron oxide;Nano composite;Photo-Fenton reaction;Dye removal;
 Language
English
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