N-Doped Graphene from Metal–Organic Frameworks for Catalytic Oxidation of p-Hydroxylbenzoic Acid: N-Functionality and Mechanism

Volume: 5, Issue: 3, Pages: 2693 - 2701
Published: Feb 20, 2017
Abstract
N-doped graphene has been considered as a promising catalyst with surface metal-free active sites for environmental remediation. Several MIL-100 (Fe)-templated N-doped graphene samples were synthesized using dicyandiamide, melamine, and urea as the nitrogen precursors. Excellent catalytic oxidation of p-hydroxylbenzoic acid (PHBA) was observed on the as-synthesized samples via peroxymonosulfate (PMS) activation. The mechanism was investigated by...
Paper Details
Title
N-Doped Graphene from Metal–Organic Frameworks for Catalytic Oxidation of p-Hydroxylbenzoic Acid: N-Functionality and Mechanism
Published Date
Feb 20, 2017
Volume
5
Issue
3
Pages
2693 - 2701
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