The iron (III) benzene dicarboxylate mineral-organic foundation material (MIL-53(Fe)) has been synthesized and secondhand as a catalyst for the rot of organic contaminants in aqueous solution by hydrogen whiten. The effects of various solvents, containing N’,N-dimethylformamide (DMF), methanol (MeOH), and water, on the formation of the alloy-organic foundation of the materials were examined. The influence of the molar percentage of precursors and DMF solvent, hotness, and reaction period on the structure of MIL-53(Fe) was more addressed. The MIL-53(Fe) structure made in DMF solvent, and MeOH fit but not in water. In DMF solvent, the something that chops ratio of precursors and financially sound, temperature, and backlash time had a important effect on the crystal structure of MIL-53(Fe). Under optimum conditions, MIL-53(Fe) has extreme crystallinity and a large particular surface area (SBET = 88.2 m2•g-1). The obtained MIL-53(Fe) was used to mobilize hydrogen peroxide in the Fenton-like backlash system to rot phenol (PhN), rhodamine B (RhB), and methylene blue (MtB) at the different answer pHs. The results showed that MIL-53(Fe) commit effectively symbolize a heterogeneous impetus over a wide pH range (from 2 to 12). Therefore, MIL-53(Fe) could be used to treat wastewater adulterated by organic essences.

Author(s) Details:

Pham Dinh Du,
Thu Dau Mot University, 75000, Vietnam.

Pham Ngoc Hoai,
Thu Dau Mot University, 75000, Vietnam.

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Keywords: Iron (III) benzene dicarboxylate, MIL-53, metal-organic framework, organic pollutant, Fenton-like reaction