Aqueous Iron(IV)–Oxo Complex: An Emerging Powerful Reactive Oxidant Formed by Iron(II)-Based Advanced Oxidation Processes for Oxidative Water Treatment

Volume: 56, Issue: 3, Pages: 1492 - 1509
Published: Jan 10, 2022
Abstract
High-valent iron(IV)-oxo complexes are of great significance as reactive intermediates implicated in diverse chemical and biological systems. The aqueous iron(IV)-oxo complex (FeaqIVO2+) is the simplest but one of the most powerful ferryl ion species, which possesses a high-spin state, high reduction potential, and long lifetime. It has been well documented that FeaqIVO2+ reacts with organic compounds through various pathways (hydrogen-atom,...
Paper Details
Title
Aqueous Iron(IV)–Oxo Complex: An Emerging Powerful Reactive Oxidant Formed by Iron(II)-Based Advanced Oxidation Processes for Oxidative Water Treatment
Published Date
Jan 10, 2022
Volume
56
Issue
3
Pages
1492 - 1509
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