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Type: Artigo
Title: Photocatalytic Degradation Of An Organophosphorus Pesticide From Agricultural Waste By Immobilized Tio2 Under Solar Radiation
Title Alternative: Degradação Fotocatalítica De Pesticida Organofosforado De Efluente Agrícola Por Tio2 Imobilizado Sob Radiação Solar
Author: Assalin M.R.
Ferracini V.L.
Queiroz S.C.N.
Jonsson C.M.
Clemente Z.
Silva S.R.C.M.
Abstract: This paper describes solar heterogeneous photocatalysis using immobilized TiO2 applied in the treatment of agricultural waste resulting from the application of commercial formulations of methyl parathion. The disappearance of the insecticide, as well as the formation of its metabolite, was monitored by high-performance liquid chromatographytandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS), while mineralization efficiency was monitored by measurements of total organic carbon (TOC). Toxicity studies were performed using the microcrustacean Artemia salina. The TOC removal efficiency by photocatalytic process was 48.5%. After 45 minutes of treatment, the removal efficiency of methyl parathion was 90%, being completely mineralized at the end of treatment. The formation and removal of the metabolite methyl paraoxon was observed during the photocatalytic process. The photocatalytic treatment resulted in increased microcrustacean mobility, indicating a reduction of acute toxicity. © 2016, Institute for Environmental Research in Hydrographic Basins (IPABHi). All rights reserved.
Subject: Methyl Parathion
Solar Photocatalysis
Toxicity
Editor: Institute for Environmental Research in Hydrographic Basins (IPABHi)
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.4136/ambi-agua.1824
Address: https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84994552775&doi=10.4136%2fambi-agua.1824&partnerID=40&md5=e2e2ec669d7d5e73a060a28e31d4fef6
Date Issue: 2016
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