Cobalt- and iron-containing catalysts active in the oxidation of organic dyes with hydrogen peroxide have been prepared from granular synthetic NaY and HY zeolites without a binder by ion exchange followed by heat treatment at 350–500°C. It has been demonstrated by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy that cobalt and iron in these catalysts are in the form of Co2+ and Fe3+ ions on the support surface. The FeHY and CoNaY catalysts are most effective and stable in the oxidation of the anionic dye carmoisine in weakly acidic and alkaline media.
- catalytic oxidation with hydrogen peroxide
- Y-type zeolites
- WET PEROXIDE OXIDATION
- FENTON OXIDATION
- ZSM-5 ZEOLITES