Synthesis and evaluation of nanostructured membrane catalytic systems for water treatment
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Wastewater treatment technologies are widely reported during the past years. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have been considered as promising materials for the mentioned above application, due to the tunable porous structures and good configuration of elements. This thesis is to report MOFs-derived catalysts and their effective uses in wastewater treatment. C and N co-doped zinc oxide, and N-doped graphene were synthesized by controlled pyrolysis of MOFs, showing excellent degradation of organic pollutants in water.