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Electrically accelerated removal of organic pollutants by a three‐dimensional graphene aerogel

29-Jan-2016 | Xue‐Fei Sun, Bei‐Bei Guo, Lin He, Peng‐Fei Xia, Shu‐Guang Wang, AIChE Journal, 2016

Abstract Fast and effective methods for the removal of pollutants are crucial for the development of new sustainable water treatment technologies. In this work, we have reported the electrically accelerated removal of some typical organic pollutants by a three‐dimensional graphene aerogel ...

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Urban wastewater treatment plant provided with tertiary finishing lagoons: management and reclamation for irrigation reuse

29-Jan-2016 | Carmine Fiorentino, Maurizio Mancini, Luca Luccarini, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2016

Abstract Background In the last years the water scarcity topic has become even more prominent, increasing the need for new practices in terms of efficient water management. Reuse and valorization of water from wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) can help solving the ...

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Determination of the Solid–Liquid Phase Diagram of the Binary System Propionic Acid/Water

28-Jan-2016 | Thouaïba Htira; Claudia Cogné; Emilie Gagnière; Denis Mangin, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 2016

Solid–liquid phase diagram of the system water/propionic acid was achieved using two methods, the differential scanning calorimetry and a synthetic method. The liquidus curve is a simple eutectic diagram (89 wt % at 243 K) with an “S-shaped” form due to an inflection point (occurring at around ...

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Regrowth of Broken Hydroxide Flocs: Effect of Added Fluoride

27-Jan-2016 | Wen-Zheng Yu; John Gregory; Nigel Graham, Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

Hydrous oxides of Al(III) and Fe(III) play a large part in environmental processes and in the action of coagulants used in water and wastewater treatment. Aggregates (flocs) of hydroxide precipitates can be rather weak and are easily broken by applied shear. It is usually found that broken flocs ...

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Crossing the Border between Laboratory and Field: Bacterial Quorum Quenching for Anti-Biofouling Strategy in an MBR

27-Jan-2016 | Seonki Lee; Seung-Kook Park; Hyeokpil Kwon; Sang Hyun Lee; Kibaek Lee; Chang Hyun Nahm; Sung Jun Jo; Hyun-Suk Oh; Py ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

Quorum quenching (QQ) has recently been acknowledged to be a sustainable antifouling strategy and has been investigated widely using lab-scale membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems. This study attempted to bring this QQ-MBR closer to potential practical application. Two types of pilot-scale QQ-MBRs ...

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Rapid Screening of Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors by Effect-Directed Analysis Using LC × LC Fractionation, a High Throughput in Vitro Assay, and Parallel Identification by Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry

26-Jan-2016 | Xiyu Ouyang; Pim E. G. Leonards; Zuzana Tousova; Jaroslav Slobodnik; Jacob de Boer; Marja H. Lamoree, Analytical Chemistry, 2016

Effect-directed analysis (EDA) is a useful tool to identify bioactive compounds in complex samples. However, identification in EDA is usually challenging, mainly due to limited separation power of the liquid chromatography based fractionation. In this study, comprehensive two-dimensional liquid ...

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Fate of Ag-NPs in Sewage Sludge after Application on Agricultural Soils

26-Jan-2016 | Ana E. Pradas del Real; Hiram Castillo-Michel; Ralf Kaegi; Brian Sinnet; Valérie Magnin; Nathaniel Findling; Julie V ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

The objective of this work was to investigate the fate of silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs) in a sludge-amended soil cultivated with monocot (Wheat) and dicot (Rape) crop species. A pot experiment was performed with sludges produced in a pilot wastewater treatment plant containing realistic Ag ...

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Ability of different microalgae species in synthetic high‐strength wastewater treatment and potential lipid production

25-Jan-2016 | Yongjun Zhao, Zhigang Ge, Hui Lui, Shiqing Sun, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2016

Abstract Background Three green microalgae (Selenastrum capricornutum, Scenedesmus obliquus, and Chlorella vulgaris) were evaluated for their capability to support nutrient removal and to accumulate lipids in their cell during the 14‐day treatment of the synthetic high‐strength wastewater ...

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Microalgae‐bacteria aggregates: effect of the hydraulic retention time on the municipal wastewater treatment, biomass settleability and methane potential

21-Jan-2016 | Juan Sebastián Arcila, Germán Buitrón, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2016

Abstract Background The use of microalgae‐bacteria systems is particularly attractive for wastewater treatment and the generated biomass can be further used for methane production. The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the HRT on the organic matter, nutrient removal, ...

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Removal of emerging pharmaceuticals from wastewater by ozone‐based advanced oxidation processes

20-Jan-2016 | Fares A. Almomani, Moayyad Shawaqfah, Rahul R. Bhosale, Anand Kumar, Environmental Progress, 2016

This study investigates the use of ozone as a pretreatment process for water containing pharmaceuticals. Experiments were carried out on synthetic wastewater, surface water, and the effluent of wastewater treatment plant. The degradation efficiencies of four groups of pharmaceuticals ...

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