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Reduction of nitrate ion using hydrogen permeating Pd foil electrodes

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The successive electrochemical reduction system using hydrogen-permeable Pd foil electrodes with Pd black catalyst was applied to reduction of nitrate ion. It was revealed that the second metals co-deposited to Pd black catalyst showed an excellent selectivity for decomposition of NO3 to N2, and was stable for at least 200 days. This system employing a compact and a simple electrolysis cell is expected to be an alternative or a supplement to conventional biological treatments for nitrate removal.


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