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Degradation of 3-Chlorophenol by a Ultraviolet-Fenton Process: Parameters and Degradation Pathways
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Degradation of 3-Chlorophenol by a Ultraviolet-Fenton Process: Parameters and Degradation Pathways
Kim, Il-Kyu;
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The degradation of 3-chlorophenol(3-CP) by various AOPs(Advanced Oxidation Processes) including the ultraviolet / hydrogen peroxide, the Fenton and the ultraviolet(UV)-Fenton process has been conducted. The highest removal efficiency for 3-CP in the aqueous phase was obtained by the UV-Fenton process among the AOPs. In the UV-Fenton process, The removal efficiency of 3-CP decreased with increasing pH in the range of 3 to 6, and it decreased with increasing initial concentration. As the intermediates of 3-CP by UV-Fenton reaction, 3-chlorocatechol, 4-chlorocatechol, and chlorohydroquinone were detected thus the degradation pathways were proposed.
3-Chlorophenol;UV-Fenton reaction;Ultraviolet;Intermediates;
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