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Photocatalytic destruction of anionic SAS with oxygen and hydrogen peroxide in the TiO2 suspension

The articles gives a comparison of the rates and the degree of destruction of anionic SAS-alkyl benzene sodium sulfonate (ABS) in heterogeneous (O2/TiO2/UV, H2O2/TiO2/UV) and homogeneous (O2/UV, H2O2/UV) oxidizing systems on several TiO2 samples at UV irradiation by a SVD-120 high-pressure mercury-quartz lamp. The paper has demonstrated a possibility of achieving a high degree of photocatalytic destruction of ABS by hydrogen peroxide (100, 90, and 80% respectively by the ABS concentration of ABS, COD, and TOC over two hours).

Authors:   Yu. O. Shvadchina, V. F. Vakulenko, E. E. Levitskaya, V. V. Goncharuk
Journal:   Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology
Volume:   34
edition:   5
Year:   2012
Pages:   218
DOI:   10.3103/S1063455X12050025
Publication date:   15-Nov-2012
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