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Electrochemical degradation of insecticide hexazinone with Bi-doped PbO2 electrode: Influencing factors, intermediates and degradation mechanism.

Chemosphere; 216: 812-822, 2019 Feb.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30404074
Electrochemical degradation of hexazinone in aqueous solution using Bi-doped PbO2 electrodes as anodes was investigated. The main influencing parameters on the electrocatalytic degradation of hexazinone were analyzed as function of initial hexazinone concentration, current density, initial pH value and Na2SO4 concentration. The experiment results showed that the electrochemical oxidization reaction of hexazinone fitted pseudo-first-order kinetics model. 99.9% of hexazinone can be decontaminated using Bi-doped PbO2 electrode as anode for 120 min. Comparing with pure PbO2 electrode, the Bi-doped PbO2 electrodes possess higher hexazinone and COD removal ratio, higher ICE and lower energy consumption in the electrocatalytic degradation process. The results revealed that electrochemical oxidation using Bi-doped PbO2 anodes was an efficient method for the elimination of hexazinone in aqueous solution. The electrocatalytic oxidization mechanism of hexazinone with Bi-doped PbO2 anode was discussed, then the possible degradation pathway of hexazinone with two parallel sub-routes was elucidated according to 15 intermediates identified using HPLC-MS.