Metal-Organic Frameworks as Sorbents of Perfluoroalkyl Substances and their Reduction by the Hydrated Electron
[Technical Report, Memorandum Report]
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC
Pagination or Media Count:
The rising environmental footprint of perfluoroalkyl substances and other anionic contaminants necessitates the development of technologies that are safe and efficient at remediating contaminated waters. In this memorandum report, the sequestration of negatively charged contaminants, including PFAS, by metal-organic frameworks and the reduction of PFAS by the hydrated electron are investigated.
- ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY