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Effect of inorganic anions on the corrosion behavior of UNS S32750 duplex stainless steel in chloride solution

17-Feb-2015 | S. Jin, C.‐M. Liu, X. Lin, M.‐J. Li, H.‐B. Cao, H.‐Z. Wang, Materials and Corrosion, 2015

The present study explored the electrochemical behavior of UNS S32750, a super duplex stainless steel which was not commonly researched in previous studies. The effect of bicarbonate () and sulfate () on the electrochemical behavior of UNS S32750 duplex stainless steel in the chloride (Cl−) ...

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Application of Metabolite Profiling Tools and Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry in the Identification of Transformation Products of Iopromide and Iopamidol during Advanced Oxidation

17-Feb-2015 | Randolph R. Singh; Yaal Lester; Karl G. Linden; Nancy G. Love; G. Ekin Atilla-Gokcumen; Diana S. Aga, Environmental Science & Technology, 2015

The efficiency of wastewater treatment systems in removing pharmaceuticals is often assessed on the basis of the decrease in the concentration of the parent compound. However, what is perceived as “removal” during treatment may not necessarily mean mineralization of the pharmaceutical compound ...

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[Editors' Choice] Energy and wastewater treatment, too

13-Feb-2015 | Nicholas S. Wigginton, Science , 2015

Author: Nicholas S. Wigginton

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Probabilistic evaluation of integrating resource recovery into wastewater treatment to improve environmental sustainability [Sustainability Science]

03-Feb-2015 | Xu Wang; Perry L. McCarty; Junxin Liu; Nan-Qi Ren; Duu-Jong Lee; Han-Qing Yu; Yi Qian; Jiuhui Qu, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2015

Global expectations for wastewater service infrastructure have evolved over time, and the standard treatment methods used by wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) are facing issues related to problem shifting due to the current emphasis on sustainability. A transition in WWTPs toward reuse of ...

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Synthetic Membranes for Water Purification: Status and Future

22-Jan-2015 | Anthony G. Fane, Rong Wang, Matthew X. Hu, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2015

Abstract Membrane technology offers the best options to “drought proof” mankind on an increasingly thirsty planet by purifying seawater or used (waste) water. Although desalination by reverse osmosis (RO) and wastewater treatment by membrane bioreactors are well established the various ...

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Development and validation of a high‐resolution LTQ Orbitrap MS method for the quantification of isoflavones in wastewater effluent

19-Jan-2015 | Michael G. Cahill, Serena Logrippo, Brian A. Dineen, Kevin J. James, Giovanni Caprioli, Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 2015

Isoflavones and coumestranes are the most important classes of compounds among phytoestrogens; by binding to estrogen receptors, they mimic or modulate the effect on the endogenous receptors. Little information can be found in literature about the presence of isoflavones and coumestrol in the ...

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Innovations in nanotechnology for water treatment

05-Jan-2015 | Nanotechnology, Science and Applications, 2015

Important challenges in the global water situation, mainly resulting from worldwide population growth and climate change, require novel innovative water technologies in order to ensure a supply of drinking water and reduce global water pollution. Against this background, the adaptation of highly ...

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Impregnation synthesis of TiO2/hydroniumjarosite composite with enhanced property in photocatalytic reduction of Cr(VI)

04-Jan-2015 | Author(s): Junjun Xu , Zhihui Xu , Ming Zhang , Jiangyan Xu , Di Fang , Wei Ran, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2015

Publication date: 15 February 2015 Source:Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume 152 Author(s): Junjun Xu , Zhihui Xu , Ming Zhang , Jiangyan Xu , Di Fang , Wei Ran In this paper, a series of novel TiO2/hydroniumjarosite composite photocatalysts were synthesized by ...

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PES and PES/PAN Blend Ultrafiltration Hollow Fiber Membranes for Oily Wastewater Treatment: Preparation, Experimental Investigation, Fouling, and Modeling

03-Jan-2015 | Abdolhamid Salahi, Toraj Mohammadi, Reza Mosayebi Behbahani, Mahmood Hemati, Advances in Polymer Technology, 2015

ABSTRACT In this research, polyethersulfone (PES)/polyacrylonitrile (PAN) blend ultrafiltration hollow fiber membranes were prepared via phase inversion induced by a dry‐jet wet spinning process. The membranes were characterized by water contact measurements, scanning electron microscopy ...

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Molecules, Vol. 20, Pages 503-518: A Comparison of the Environmental Impact of Different AOPs: Risk Indexes

31-Dec-2014 | Giménez, Jaime ; Bayarri, Bernardí ; González, Óscar ; Malato, Sixto ; Peral, José ; Esplugas, Santiago, Molecules, 2014

Today, environmental impact associated with pollution treatment is a matter of great concern. A method is proposed for evaluating environmental risk associated with Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) applied to wastewater treatment. The method is based on the type of pollution (wastewater, ...

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