Nano-Iron Hydroxides/Oxides Modified Slag on the Treatment of Simulated Methyl Orange Wastewater
Degradation of simulated methyl orange (MO) was studied by combined adsorption treatment and advanced oxidation processes with nano-iron hydroxides/oxides modified slag. The adsorption treatment of nano-iron hydroxides/oxides/slag shows that with the increased of adsorbent from 0.1% to 0.5%, the removal of MO can change from 23.2% to 92.8%. While combination of the adsorption treatment and the advanced oxidation processes exhibits the enhanced disposal ability, in which the removal rate of MO changed from 23.2% to 99.9%.
B. Xu and H.Y. Li
Y. F. Wei et al., "Nano-Iron Hydroxides/Oxides Modified Slag on the Treatment of Simulated Methyl Orange Wastewater", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 583, pp. 383-386, 2012