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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Yu XN, Lu ZY, Si NC, Zhou WC, Chen TT, Gao X, Song MS, Yan YS, Huo PW, Yan CY
Article Title: Preparation of rare earth metal ion/TiO2Hal-conducting polymers by ions imprinting technique and its photodegradation property on tetracycline.
Publication date: 2014
Journal: Applied Clay Science
Volume: 99
Page numbers: 125-130.
DOI: 10.1016/j.clay.2014.06.021
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169131714002282

Abstract: Rare earth metal ions had been immobilized on TiO2Hal with conducting polymers by ions imprinting technique. The as-prepared ions imprinting photocatalysts had been characterized by SEM, XRD, FT-IR, UVGvis DRS and ICP-AES. The results demonstrated that there were rare earth metal ions in the photocatalysts. The photocatalytic activity of the ions imprinting photocatalysts was studied by the degradation of tetracycline simulated wastewater under the visible light irradiation. Moreover, a series of synthetic factors were also investigated, the results indicated that it was better to choose o-phenylenediamine as functional monomer, the photocatalytic activity of degradation of tetracycline solution could be improved by adding the rare earth metal ions, Y3+ was the most appropriate ion and the best synthetic concentration of Y3+ was 0.02 g. Under the optimal conditions, the photodegradation rate could reach 78.80%
Template and target information: yttrium ion, Y(III), tetracycline
Author keywords: Rare earth metal ions, conducting polymer, Ions imprinting technique, Halloysite, Tetracycline


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