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Identifications of Optimal Conditions for Photo-Fenton Reaction in Water Treatment
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Identifications of Optimal Conditions for Photo-Fenton Reaction in Water Treatment
Oh, Tae Hyup; Lee, Hanuk; Park, Sung Jik; Park, Jae-Woo;
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 Abstract
Fenton is the reaction using the OH· radicals generating by interaction between hydrogen peroxide and Fe2+ which can oxidize the contaminants. Fe2+ ions are oxidized to Fe3+ ions by reaction with H2O2 and formed OH· radicals. UV-Fenton process includes the additional reaction that generates the OH· radicals by photodegradation of H2O2. In methylorange (MO) decolourization experiment with UV-Fenton, optimal Fe2+: H2O2 ratio was obtained at 1 : 10. Based on the obtained condition (H2O2
 Keywords
Fenton;UV;Response surface mothodology;
 Language
Korean
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