Review on research and application of mesoporous transitional metal oxides in water treatment
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This paper reviews the application of mesoporous transitional metal oxides in water treatment on basis of the catalysis and adsorption. Mesoporous transitional metal oxides are characterized by their intrinsic features, such as a high surface area, a highly ordered array of unidimensional pores with a very narrow pore size distribution, and highly dispersed active sites. Finally, the suggestions of further study on application are proposed.
Keywordsmesoporous materials transitional metal oxides catalysis adsorption water treatment
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