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High photocatalytic and photo-Fenton-like activities of ZnO–reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites in the degradation of malachite green in water

High photocatalytic and photo-Fenton-like activities of ZnO–reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites in the degradation of malachite green in water

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ZnO–reduced graphene oxide (rGO) nanocomposites with rGO/ZnO mass ratio of 0–0.20 were synthesised by a hydrothermal method. The photodegradation experiments of malachite green in water on the nanocomposites indicated that the photodegradation rate increased with increasing rGO content and initial solution pH. Significantly, the Fenton-like photodegradation of the malachite green in water was observed in the presence of H2O2. This Fenton-like reaction speeds up as the rGO/ZnO ratio increases. The quasi-kinetic rate constants of the photocatalysis systems are in the range of ∼0.0064–0.0247 min−1 and increase about one magnitude to ∼0.0868–0.2120 min−1 by the Fenton-like reaction.

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