Decontamination of Cr(VI) facilitated formation of persistent free radicals on rice husk derived biochar
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KeywordsBiochar Persistent free radicals Phenolic hydroxyl groups Cr(VI) reduction
This work was supported by International Science & Technology Cooperation Program of China (Nos. 2013DFG50150 and S2016G6292) and the Innovative and Inter disciplinary Team at HUST (No. 2015ZDTD027). The authors thank the Analytical and Testing Center of HUST for the use of EA, FTIR, and XPS equipment.
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