Ferrates: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications in Water and Wastewater Treatment
This book is targeted for chemists and environmental scientists and engineers who are engaged in understanding the chemistry of high-valent iron (Ferrate) and in applications of chemical oxidants to treat contaminants in water, wastewater, and industrial effluents. This book will be of interested to biochemical engineers and microbiologists who want to understand ferrate's disinfection performance. Additionally, the book will be of tremendous interest to graduate students who are performing research on the understanding of the mechanism of higher oxidation states of iron and in developing innovative drinking water and wastewater treatment technologies.
This book addresses synthesis and properties of Ferrate(VI), which is an environmentally friendly chemical for oxidation, coagulation, and disinfection for the multipurpose treatment of water and wastewater. It provides information on using different approaches to synthesize ferrate(VI). New processes to synthesize ferrate(VI) are detailed. Properties and generations of high oxidation states of iron including ferrate(IV) and ferrate(V) are discussed. Interestingly, possible formations of iron in unusual oxidation states, +7 and +8 are also discussed. The potential use of ferrate(VI) in high energy density rechargeable batteries is thoroughly reviewed. Chapters of the book demonstrate development of new technology for removing emerging pollutants without forming toxic side reactions or by-products. Examples include endocrine disruptors (EDs) and pharmaceuticals, which are of a great concern because of their possible toxic effects on humans and the ecology of the environment. Ferrate(VI) is an emerging water-treatment disinfectant, which can address the concerns raised by the currently used oxidants and disinfectants. Interestingly, ferrate(VI) does not react with the bromide ion; carcinogenic bromate ion would thus not be produced in the treatment of bromide-containing water. Ferrate(VI) can inactivate chlorine resistant bacteria. This book also provides information on the means to oxidize highly resistant organics and microorganisms in order to design appropriate remediation and water treatment technology which is cleaner and greener.
Le informazioni nella sezione "Riassunto" possono far riferimento a edizioni diverse di questo titolo.
Virender Sharma is a Professor at the Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida. He has published more than 150 publications as journal articles, book chapters, and proceedings. In 2006, the Orlando section of the ACS gave him an outstanding chemistry award on his research accomplishments.
- Synthesis and Characterization
- 1: Stuart Licht and Xingwen Yu: Recent Advances in Fe(VI) Synthesis
- 2: Zuzana Mácová, Karel Bouzek, and Virender K. Sharma: Electrochemical Ferrate(VI) synthesis: The Role of the Electrode Electrolyte Composition in the Anode Dissolution Kinetics
- 3: Michaela Benova, Jan Hives, Karel Bouzek, and Virender K. Sharma: Electrochemical Synthesis of Ferrate(VI) in Molton Environment
- 4: Cunzhong Zhang,Tingting Zhao, Hongbo Deng, Feng Wu,and Kai Yang: Electrochemical Behavior of Fe(VI) compounds in 14 mol/L NaOH solution
- 5: Jiang Chengchun, Liu Chen, and Wang Shichao: Preparation of Potassium Ferrate by Wet Oxidation Method using Waste Potash Lye
- 6: L Ninane, N Kanari, C Criado, C Jeannot, O Evrard, and N Neveux: New Processes for Alkali Ferrate Synthesis
- 7: Yurii D. Perfiliev and Virender K. Sharma: Higher Oxidation States of Iron in Solid State: Synthesis and their Mössbauer Characterization
- 8: Libor Machala, Radek Zboril, Virender K. Sharma, Jan Filip, Oldrich Schneeweiss, János Madarász, Zoltán Homonnay, György Pokol, and Ria Yngard: Thermal Stability of Solid Ferrates(VI) - A Review
- 9: Nadine N. Noorhasan, Virender K. Sharma, and J. Clayton Baum: A Flourescence Technique to Determine Low Concentrations of Ferrate(VI)
- 10: Diane E. Cabelli and Virender K. Sharma: Aqueous High Oxidation States Iron: Generation and Reactivity
- 11: Oleg Pestovsky and Andreja Bakac: Identification and Characterization of Aqueous Ferryl(VI) ion
- 12: Michael D. Johnson, Brooks J. Hornstein and Jacob Wischnewsky: Ferrate(VI) Oxidation of Nitrogeneous Compounds
- 13: James D. Carr: Kinetics and Product Identification of Oxidation by Ferrate(VI) of Water and Aqueous Nitrogen Containing Solutes
- 14: Stuart Licht and Xingwen Yu: Recent Advances in Fe(VI) Charge Transfer & Super I ron Batteries
- 15: Zoltán Homonnay, Nadine Smith, Virender K. Sharma, Petra Á. Szilágyi, and Ernö Kuzmann. Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary: Insight into the Aqueous Chemistry of Ferrate(VI) and Ferrate(III): A Frozen Solution Mössbauer study
- 16: Stuart Licht, Xingwen Yu, and Deyang Qu: Electrochemical Fe(VI) Water Purification and Remediation
- 17: Khoi Tran Tien, Nigel Graham and Jia-Qian Jiang: Evaluating the Coagulation Performance of Ferrate - A Preliminary Study
- 18: Jia-Qian Jiang and Virender K. Sharma, School of Engineering, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK: Use of Ferrate(VI) technology in Sludge Treatment
- 19: Hyunook Kim, Virender Sharma, Laura L. McConnell, Alba Torrents, Cliff Rice, Patricia Millner, and Mark Ramirez: Evaluation of Ferrate(VI) as an Alternative Conditioner for Wastewater Biosolids
- 20: Virender K. Sharma, Nadine N. Noorhasan, Santosh K. Mishra, and Nasri Nesnas: Ferrate(VI) Oxidation of Recalcitrant Compounds
- 21: Virender K. Sharma and Benoit V.N. Chenay: Heterogenous Photocatalytic Reduction of Iron (VI): Effect of Ammonia and Formic Acid
- 22: X. Z. Li, B. L. Yuan and N. Graham: Degradation of Di-butyl Phthalate in Aqueous Solution by a Combined Ferrate and Photocatalytic Oxidation Process
- 23: . L. Yuan, M. R. Ye and H. C. Lan: Preparation and Properties of Encapsulated Potassium Ferrate for Oxidation Remediation of Trichloroethylene Contaminated Groundwater
- 24: Myongjin Yu, Guisu Park, and Hyunook Kim: Oxidation of Nonylphenol using Ferrate
- 25: Shih-fen Yang and Ruey-an Doong: Preparation of Potassium Ferrate for the Degradation of Tetracycline
- 26: Jarrett R. Remsberg, Clifford P. Rice, Hyunook Kim, Osman Arikan, and Chulhwan Moon: Removal of Estrogenic Compounds in Dairy Waste Lagoons by Ferrate(VI): Oxidation/Coagulation
- 27: Wei Liu and Yong Mei Liang: Use of Ferrate(VI) in Enhancing the Cagulation of Agae-Baring Water: Effect and Mechanism Study
- 28: Jun Ma, Chun-Juan Li, and Ran Ju: Combined process of Ferrate preoxidation and activated carbon filtration for upgrading water quality
- 29: Jun Ma, Wei Liu, Yingjie Zhang, and Chunjuan Li: Enhanced Removal of Cadmium and Lead from Water by Ferrate Preoxidation in the Process of Coagulation
- Umid M. Joshi, Rajasekhar Balasubramanian, and Virender K. Sharma: Potential of Ferrate(VI) in Enhancing Urban Runoff Water Quality
Le informazioni nella sezione "Su questo libro" possono far riferimento a edizioni diverse di questo titolo.