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A versatile CeO/CoOcoated mesh for food wastewater treatment: Simultaneous oil removal and UV catalysis of food additives.

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Summary of "A versatile CeO/CoOcoated mesh for food wastewater treatment: Simultaneous oil removal and UV catalysis of food additives."

Food waste water is one of the most urgent environmental problems for the close connection between food and our daily life. Herein, we use a simple hydrothermal method to prepare a highly efficient catalyst-CeO/CoOcompound on the stainless steel mesh, aiming for food waste water treatment. Possessing the superhydrophilic property and catalytic ability under ultraviolet light, CeO/CoOcoated mesh has successfully processed three representative contaminants in food wastewater, which are soybean oil (food oil), AR (food dye) and VA (food flavor) simultaneously with an one-step filtration. Besides, the mesh is stable in a wide pH range and performs well in reusability. Therefore, such a multifunctional material with simple preparation method, high processing efficiency and facile operation shows a promising prospect for practical production and application for food wastewater treatment.

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Name: Water research
ISSN: 1879-2448
Pages: 144-152

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