Mechanism of accurate recognition and catalysis of diethyl phthalate (DEP) in wastewater by novel MIL100 molecularly imprinted materials

Volume: 266, Pages: 118591 - 118591
Published: Jun 1, 2020
Abstract
In this study, MIL100(Fe-base metal organic framework) molecularly imprinted catalyst(MIL100-MIP) was synthesized using the surface imprinting method. Results determining the pore structures as well as the kinetic and thermodynamic properties of MIL100-MIP showed that the recognition process of imprinted materials containing DEP occurred on the outer surface. By regulating the thickness of the imprinted layer to optimize persulfate(PS) transfer,...
Paper Details
Title
Mechanism of accurate recognition and catalysis of diethyl phthalate (DEP) in wastewater by novel MIL100 molecularly imprinted materials
Published Date
Jun 1, 2020
Volume
266
Pages
118591 - 118591
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