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全民赢三张:Several research results of SESE are published in the latest issue of ES&T

2022-03-14 610

Recently, in the latest issue of Environmental Science and Technology, SESE's 5 teams (Environmental Health Team, Environmental Functional Materials and Pollution Control New Technology Team, Perovskite Photoelectricity and Resource Catalysis Team, Solid Waste Disposal and Recycling Team, Air Pollution Control Team) published the latest research results, fully demonstrating the vigorous scientific research vitality of the school.

The 5 studies are "Residues of Cardiovascular and Lipid-Lowering Drugs Pose a Risk to the Aquatic Ecosystem despite a High Wastewater Treatment Ratio in the Megacity Shanghai, China", "Novel Denitrification Fuel Cell for Energy Recovery of Nitrate‐N and TN Removal Based on NH4+ Generation on a CNW@CF Cathode", "Overcoming Acidic H2O2/Fe(II/III) Redox-Induced Low H2O2 Utilization Efficiency by Carbon Quantum Dots Fenton-like Catalysis", "Superselective Hg(II) Removal from Water Using a Thiol-Laced MOF-Based Sponge Monolith: Performance and Mechanism" and "Regulation of the Sulfur Environment in Clusters to Construct a Mn?Sn2S6 Framework for Mercury Bonding", covering the whole process from basic research to technical application.

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“Residues of Cardiovascular and Lipid-Lowering Drugs Pose a Risk to the Aquatic Ecosystem despite a High Wastewater Treatment Ratio in the Megacity Shanghai, China”

(Page: 2312-2322, the first author: Shaoqi Zuo, the corresponding author: Kun Zhang)

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“Novel Denitrification Fuel Cell for Energy Recovery of Nitrate‐N and TN Removal Based on NH4+ Generation on a CNW@CF Cathode”

(Page: 2562-2571, the first author: Changhui Zhou, the corresponding author: Jinhua Li, Baoxue Zhou)


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“Overcoming Acidic H2O2/Fe(II/III) Redox-Induced Low H2O2 Utilization Efficiency by Carbon Quantum Dots Fenton-like Catalysis"

(Page: 2617-2625, the first author: Ting Zhang, the corresponding author: Xufang Qian)


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“Superselective Hg(II) Removal from Water Using a Thiol-Laced MOF-Based Sponge Monolith: Performance and Mechanism”

(Page: 2677-2688, the first author: Kaixing Fu, the corresponding author: Jinming Luo)


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“Regulation of the Sulfur Environment in Clusters to Construct a Mn?Sn2S6 Framework for Mercury Bonding”

(Page: 2689-2698, the first author: Qinyuan Hong, the corresponding author: Haomiao Xu)

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