volume 40, issue 6, P1224-1232 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2006.01.017
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Ying Wang, Jiuhui Qu, Rongcheng Wu, Pengju Lei

Abstract: trace. With the increase of Sn content on the Pd/Sn-modified ACF electrode, the activity for nitrate reduction went up to reach a maximum (at Pd/Sn ¼ 4) and then decreased, while the selectivity to N 2 was depressed. Higher pH value of electrolyte exhibited more suppression effect on the reduction of nitrite than that of nitrate. However, no significant influence on the final ammonia formation was observed. Additionally, Cu ion in water was found to cover the active sites of the electrode to make the electrod…

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