Special Issue "Nanotechnology in Highly Efficient Pollutant Removal from Water"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2023) | Viewed by 103
Interests: control technology of new pollutants in water; environmental functional materials; electrochemical treatment technology; advanced oxidation technology; new biological treatment technology and principle
With the ever-increasing water shortage and environmental issues, the concept of “Sewage Disposal and Reuse” has received broadening acknowledgment. However, emerging contaminants with low concentration in sewage restrict the reuse of sewage to a certain extent due to the potential threat to human beings and the ecosystem.
Control technology and the principle of emerging contaminants have become research hotspots in the global environmental field, with adsorption, advanced oxidation, and photocatalysis technology in particular receiving wide interest. The treatment effectiveness of these technologies depends on the properties of the environmental engineering materials used, with nanomaterials being used most frequently in the treatment of sewage because of the regulable pore structure, large specific area, and suitable customization. Therefore, this Special Issue aims to gather novel studies on nanomaterials used in adsorption, advanced oxidation, and photocatalysis processes.
Prof. Dr. Xiang Hu
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- emerging contaminants
- advance oxidation