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Unraveling the contribution of Co(IV) and free radicals in Co2+- activated Peroxymonosulfate process: Reaction mechanism, degradation pathway, and DFT calculation
Yuan, Tao; Zhao, Yueyuan; An, Yujiao; Li, Xiaowan
2024-03
Source PublicationEMERGING CONTAMINANTS   Impact Factor & Quartile
ISSN2405-6650 ; 2405-6642
EISSN2405-6642
Volume10Issue:1
page numbers12
AbstractThe Co2+ and Peroxymonosulfate (PMS) reaction is a highly regarded advanced oxidation process (AOP) that has been extensively researched. The consensus regarding the relative contribution of reactive species in the Co2+/PMS system under different pH conditions has not been established. In this study, quenching experiments and electron spin resonance (ESR) tests demonstrated the coexistence of Co(IV), sulfate radical (SO4 center dot-), hydroxyl radical ((OH)-O-center dot), and singlet oxygen (O-1(2)), and there fell to CBZ degradation were Co(IV) > SO4 center dot->(OH)-O-center dot approximate to O-1(2) in the optimal conditions, where almost 100% of CBZ was degraded in the Co2+/PMS system within 30 min. Furthermore, Cl- would suppress the formation of Co(IV), SO4 center dot-, and (OH)-O-center dot but enhance the yield of O-1(2), thereby showing a trend of inhibiting CBZ degradation. The probe compound used in this study was Methyl Phenyl Sulfoxide (PMSO), while methyl phenyl sulfone (PMSO2) as the indicator of Co(IV), the generation efficiency of PMSO2 (eta'[PMSO2]) increased with reaction time and reached 70%-98% at 40 min at all set pH values (3, 4, 6, and 8). These results suggest that Co(IV) played a significant role in the Co2+/PMS system and its importance became more pronounced as the reaction progressed. PMSO probe and SO4 center dot- quantification experiments jointly revealed that Co(IV) had the greatest performance at pH 4, and compared to other pH values, SO4 center dot- had the largest contribution in the initial stage of the reaction at pH 6. The Ecological Structure Activity Relationships (ECOSAR) software was utilized to predict the toxicity of the degradation by-products. Additionally, luminescent bacteria experiments were conducted to assess the acute toxicity of the reaction solution. The results of these experiments demonstrated that the Co2+/PMS process exhibited a remarkable ability to detoxify the solution.(c) 2023 The Authors. Publishing services by Elsevier B.V. on behalf of KeAi Communications Co. Ltd. This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/ 4.0/).
KeywordCo(IV) Peroxymonosulfate DFT calculation Toxicity assessment
PublisherKEAI PUBLISHING LTD
DOI10.1016/j.emcon.2023.100273
Indexed ByESCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaEnvironmental Sciences & Ecology ; Toxicology
WOS SubjectEnvironmental Sciences ; Toxicology
WOS IDWOS:001092963100001
Original Document TypeArticle
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttps://ir.lzu.edu.cn/handle/262010/569761
Collection兰州大学
Corresponding AuthorLi, Xiaowan
Affiliation
Lanzhou Univ, Coll Earth & Environm Sci, Gansu Key Lab Environm Pollut Predict & Control, Lanzhou 730000, Gansu, Peoples R China
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Yuan, Tao,Zhao, Yueyuan,An, Yujiao,et al. Unraveling the contribution of Co(IV) and free radicals in Co2+- activated Peroxymonosulfate process: Reaction mechanism, degradation pathway, and DFT calculation[J]. EMERGING CONTAMINANTS,2024,10(1).
APA Yuan, Tao,Zhao, Yueyuan,An, Yujiao,&Li, Xiaowan.(2024).Unraveling the contribution of Co(IV) and free radicals in Co2+- activated Peroxymonosulfate process: Reaction mechanism, degradation pathway, and DFT calculation.EMERGING CONTAMINANTS,10(1).
MLA Yuan, Tao,et al."Unraveling the contribution of Co(IV) and free radicals in Co2+- activated Peroxymonosulfate process: Reaction mechanism, degradation pathway, and DFT calculation".EMERGING CONTAMINANTS 10.1(2024).
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