Monitoring of monochlorophenols adsorbed on metal (Cu and Zn) supported pumice by Infrared Spectroscopy
The adsorption of monochlorophenols (o-, m-, p-chlorophenol) on pumice, Zn/pumice and Cu/pumice has been studied through Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy in transmission mode. The data show that after Zn and Cu were supported on pumice, the adsorption of 4-chlorophenol is characterized by the bands at 1591, 1494, 1092 and 824 cm−1. Adsorption process occurred via metal cations on the surface of pumice. Metal oxides on pumice can mediate binding of p-chlorophenol.
KeywordsAdsorption FTIR Metal-supported Monochlorophenols Pumice
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