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Efficient degradation of antibiotics in different water matrices through the photocatalysis of inverse opal K-g-C3N4: Insights into mechanism and assessment of antibacterial activity
- Efficient degradation of antibiotics in different water matrices through the photocatalysis of inverse opal K-g-C3N4: Insights into mechanism and assessment of antibacterial activity
- Lei, Juying; Chen, Bin; Zhou, Liang; Ding, Ningkai; Cai, Zhengqing; Wang, Lingzhi; In, Su-Il; Cui, Changzheng; Zhou, Yanbo; Liu, Yongdi; Zhang, Jinlong
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- In, Su-Il
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- Chemical Engineering Journal, 400, 125902
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- Graphitic carbon nitride; Inverse opal; Doping; Antibiotic degradation; Antimicrobial activity
- Z-SCHEME PHOTOCATALYST; ELECTRO-FENTON PROCESS; WASTE-WATER; SURFACE-WATER; HIGH-PERFORMANCE; RISK-ASSESSMENT; H-2 EVOLUTION; LEVOFLOXACIN; G-C3N4; FLUOROQUINOLONES
- The efficient degradation of fluoroquinolone antibiotics and the reduction of their antimicrobial activity were achieved in different water matrices through the photocatalysis of inverse opal potassium-doped carbon nitride (IO K-CN). The IO K-CN photocatalyst with optimum doping ratio of potassium performed much better than bulk carbon nitride and pure inverse opal carbon nitride for removing fluoroquinolone antibiotics, such as levofloxacin (LVX) and norfloxacin (NOR). The remarkably narrowed band gap resulting from potassium doping and the unique properties of the inverse opal construction jointly contributed to enhancing the activity of the photocatalyst. A possible mechanism and degradation pathway for LVX was proposed on the basis of a series of characterizations including electron spin resonance (ESR) experiments, and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) analysis. Meanwhile, the byproducts during the LVX photocatalytic degradation were shown to have much lower sterilization effect, implying that the toxicity and the potential risk of LVX were excellently reduced. The potential application for the treatment of antibiotic-containing wastewater was indicated by the excellent treatment efficiency and favorable durability of this photocatalyst. © 2020 Elsevier B.V.
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