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TREATMENT OF PHENOL CONTAINED IN WASTE WATER USING THE HETEROGENIZED FENTON SYSTEM
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  • Journal title : Environmental Engineering Research
  • Volume 12, Issue 1,  2007, pp.30-35
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Environmental Engineering
  • DOI : 10.4491/eer.2007.12.1.030
 Title & Authors
TREATMENT OF PHENOL CONTAINED IN WASTE WATER USING THE HETEROGENIZED FENTON SYSTEM
Kim, Seong-Bo;
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 Abstract
Fenton system using homogeneous iron catalyst is very powerful in the degradation of organic compounds, but has a disadvantage to remove Fe ions from water after wastewater treatment. Thus, iron catalyst was bounded to support such as inorganic and polymer materials. The PVP supporting iron catalyst showed a good catalytic performance in degradation of phenol contained in waste water and iron catalyst supported on type PVP (KEX 511) showed the best catalytic performance. Also, reaction kinetic study was carried out in this system. Reaction constants on various catalysts was obtained from the pseudo first order equation. Reaction rate constants with the heterogenized catalyst is a three-fold smaller than that of catalyst.
 Keywords
Phenol;Wastewater Treatment;Fenton system;Heterogenization;Iron Catalyst;
 Language
English
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