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Application of in situ Liquid Ferrate(VI) for 2-Bromophenol Removal
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Application of in situ Liquid Ferrate(VI) for 2-Bromophenol Removal
Laksono, Fajar Budi; Kim, Il-Kyu;
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The concern over the risk of environmental exposure to brominated phenols has been increased and has led the researchers to focus their attention on the study of bromophenol treatment. In this study, the effects of pH and ferrate(VI) dose on the degradation of 2-bromophenol were investigated. The results indicated that the oxidation of 2-bromophenol by liquid ferrate(VI) was found to be highly sensitive to the pH condition. Furthermore, the highest removal efficiency was observed at the neutral condition with the removal efficiency of 94.2%. In addition, experimental results showed that 2-bromophenol removal efficiency increased with increasing of ferrate dosage. Ferrate(VI) dose of 0.23 mM was sufficient to remove most of the 2-bromophenol with the efficiency of 99.73% and kapp value of . Seven compounds were identified as the intermediate products by the GC/MS analysis.
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