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Fazal, A., Javed, I., Tariq, J., Noor, B., Qaisar, M. and Muhammad, I. (2016) Structural, Morphological, Raman, Optical, Magnetic, and Antibacterial Characteristics of CeO2 Nanostructures. International Journal of Minerals, Metallurgy, and Materials, 23, 102-108.

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  • TITLE: La2O3/Fe2O3-CeO2 Composite Oxide Catalyst and Its Performance

    AUTHORS: Youfeng Li, Jinliang Lin, Guangwei Wang

    KEYWORDS: La2O3/Fe2O3-CeO2, Composite Oxide, Synthetic Method, Catalytic Degradation, Wastewater Treatment

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry, Vol.9 No.12, December 11, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The La2O3/Fe2O3-CeO2 composite oxide catalysts were prepared by coprecipitation method, sol-gel method and hydrothermal method. The effect of preparation methods on structure morphology and photocatalytic properties of La2O3/Fe2O3-CeO2 samples was investigated. The results show that the cubic CeO2 structure can be obtained at 600℃. The rod-shaped sample prepared by coprecipitation method, displays the highest crystalline and the strongest diffraction peak intensity. The spherical sample is acquired from sol-gel method, while the small granular sample prepared by hydrothermal method tends to aggregate. The maximum specific surface area of the sample prepared by coprecipitation method is 76.21 m2/g, the minimum specific area of the sample from sol-gel method is 32.66 m2/g and the maximum pore size is 13.84 nm, while the minimum pore volume and pore size of the sample by hydrothermal method are 0.038 cm3/g and 3.95 nm respectively. The band gap energy of catalyst samples is in the following order: sample-CP (c0/ct) = kt + qe. The maximum k-value of the sample degradation process obtained by coprecipitation method is 0.074 min-1.