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compounds [ 4 ]. Analytical technology allows for an increasing number of PPCPs to be detected in STP effluents, surface water, ground water, drinking water, sludge, soil and aquatic organisms [ 5 – 8 ]. According to literature reports, the

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interpretation of the phenol formation in the literature [ 12 , 16 ] is ambiguous and two possible routes are suggested—directly from cyclohexanol (direct route) and through dehydrogenation of cyclohexanone (consecutive route). We assume that the consecutive

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were identical to those reported in the literature [ 23 ]. After RE and Pt loadings, the samples maintained the crystalline structure (diffraction patterns not shown), although a small decrease in peak intensity is detected. The RE and Pt contents are

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Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis
Authors: Andrés Pena, Santiago Veiga, Mariángeles Sapelli, Natalia Martínez, Victoria Márquez, Eduardo Dellacassa, and Juan Bussi

components of the oil and separated fractions were identified by comparison of their linear retention indices, determined in relation to a homologous series of n -alkanes, with those from pure standards or reported in the literature. Comparison of

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Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis
Authors: Natpakan Srisawad, Wasu Chaitree, Okorn Mekasuwandumrong, Artiwan Shotipruk, Bunjerd Jongsomjit, and Joongjai Panpranot

binding energies of Co 2 p 3/2 for all the catalysts are given in Table 1 , followed by the literature data of various Co-containing compounds in Table 2 . The binding energy of Co 2 p 3/2 for CoNT was 780.1 eV, which could be matched with that of CoO

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binding energies of Ru species (3d 5/2 ) found in the literature and this study BE of Ru 3d 5/2 (eV

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decreases with the increasing Si/Ti ratio, indicating that the Lewis acidic sites in samples are mainly from the highly-dispersed amorphous TiO x species. The results are consistent with the finding reported in the literature [ 24

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terminal monomeric V=O bonds, as suggested in literature [ 26 ]. Fig. 4 The DRUV–Vis spectra of V-SBA-15 calcined catalysts Fig. 5

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the oxidation of alcohols. However, whatever impregnation method was adopted in the literatures mentioned above, the structures of the supports would decompose because most of the zinc-containing structures are very sensitive to water [ 15 ] even in

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and desorption of its degradation intermediates which is influenced by the photocatalyst. Similar observations have been previously described in the literature [ 42 ] where two photocatalysts P25 and Wackherr's TiO 2 with similar

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