Reviews: 2023 Vol: 15 Issue: 12
A Mini-Review of Catalytic Performance of Fe-Based Glass in Wastewater Treatment
Metallic glass is another substance that exists relative to metallic crystals. Because of its unique disordered atomic
structure, high density of low coordination, high surface residual stress and a large number of unsaturated sites, it is
considered to be the most competitive new catalyst in the field of catalytic degradation in water environment. The
catalyst has good catalytic degradation efficiency and stability for dye wastewater in both Fenton-like and persulfate
systems. However, the development of traditional metallic glass catalysts has now reached a relatively difficult period.
Therefore, it is a key problem to develop a new type of catalyst with better catalytic degradation efficiency and stability
than traditional metallic glass.