Quantifying the Coupled Kinetic Reactions of Metals/Metalloids on Iron and Manganese Oxides
Quantifying the coupled kinetic reactions of metals/metalloids on iron and manganese oxides is essential for predicting the fate of contaminants in the environment. In this perspective, a few key issues related to developing the quantitative models for the coupled kinetic reactions of metal and metalloids are discussed, including adsorption/desorption processes, redox reactions, and mineral dissolution/transformation. Future research areas are also briefly discussed.
KeywordsKinetics Model Adsorption Redox reactions Coupling Iron oxides Manganese oxides
Funding was provided by the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (No. 2018PY10) and the Guangdong Innovative and Entrepreneurial Research Team Program (No. 2016ZT06N569).
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