Diego Cortés Arriagada, Luís Sanhueza and Kerry Wrighton Removal of 4-chlorophenol using graphene, graphene oxide, and a-doped graphene (A = N, B): A computational study International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 113
4-chlorophenol (4-CP) is an organic pollutant, frequently discharged in industrial wastewater, with high toxic/mutagenic activity. Graphene has shown its utility in the removal of 4-CP. This article discusses if the use of graphene oxide and doped graphene would further improve the adsorption process and thus these materials represent an advantage over pristine graphene in the elimination process of 4-CP.
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