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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||New Trends For Treatment Of Industrial Effluents Containing Organochloride Species [novas Tendências Para O Tratamento De Resíduos Industriais Contendo Espécies Organocloradas]|
|Abstract:||The toxic character of organochloride compounds, their habitual presence in many industrial effluents, and mainly the low efficiency of the current remediation processes, are important aspects that have been promoted to study new degrading technologies. Among the great number of new physical and chemical alternatives, the photochemical and electrochemical processes have been played an important role, mainly due to their high degradation capacity through relatively low-cost procedures. In these contexts biological processes, the use of white-rot fungi, or even ligninolytic enzymes produced from them, are also very promising alternatives. However, the necessity of long reaction time and the high cost of the enzyme production process are some of the drawbacks that difficult the definitive consolidation of these processes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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