Trace-Fe-Enhanced Capacitive Deionization of Saline Water by Boosting Electron Transfer of Electro-Adsorption Sites

Volume: 54, Issue: 13, Pages: 8411 - 8419
Published: May 26, 2020
Abstract
Capacitive deionization (CDI) is a promising water purification technology. However, the current ion adsorption capacity of CDI electrode materials is still an issue, which cannot meet the rapid demand of clean water from saline water. Herein, trace-Fe-enhanced removal of ions from saline water via CDI is presented. The ion adsorption capacity of CDI electrodes is up to 36.25 mg g–1 in a 500 mg L–1 NaCl media at 1.2 V together with stable...
Paper Details
Title
Trace-Fe-Enhanced Capacitive Deionization of Saline Water by Boosting Electron Transfer of Electro-Adsorption Sites
Published Date
May 26, 2020
Volume
54
Issue
13
Pages
8411 - 8419
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