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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Photoelectrochemical Discoloration And Degradation Of Organic Pollutants In Aqueous Solutions [descoloração E Degradação De Poluentes Orgânicos Em Soluções Aquosas Através Do Processo Fotoeletroquímico]|
|Abstract:||Organic compounds responsible for the color of wastewaters are usually refractory to biological digestion. In this paper the photo-assisted electrolysis process is used for color removal from three of the most colored wastewaters, which are daily generated in large amounts: the E1 bleach Kraft mill effluent, a textile reactive dye effluent and a landfill leachate. Electrolysis was carried out at 26,5 mA cm-2 in a flow reactor in which the anode surface was illuminated by a 400 W high pressure Hg bulb. In all experiments 70-75% of color reduction was observed which was also followed by a net organic load oxidation.|
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