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- Li, Rui; Jiang, Yu; Xi, Beidou; Li, Mingxiao; Meng, Xiaoguang; Feng, Chuanping; Mao, Xuhui; Liu, Hongliang; Jiang, Yonghai
- Journal of hazardous materials 2018 v.355 pp. 10-16
- humic acids, etc ; bacteria; benzene; chemical oxygen demand; hematite; hydroquinone; iron; landfill leachates; ligands; moieties; paddy soils; pollutants; quinones; volatile organic compounds; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Microorganisms from paddy soils and raw hematite are used for enhancing natural Fe(III) bio-reduction, in order to remove macromolecular organic pollutants from humified landfill leachate. Based on batch experiments, 60% of refractory organics can be adsorbed by hematite in 12 days. In the presence of Fe(III)-reducing bacteria, 489.60 ± 0.14 mg L⁻¹ of dissolved organic matters can be degraded to 5 ...
- Wen, Dong; Wu, Zhengdi; Tang, Yubin; Li, Mengkai; Qiang, Zhimin
- Journal of hazardous materials 2018 v.344 pp. 1181-1187
- humic acids, etc ; anions; bicarbonates; chlorides; hydrogen peroxide; iron; irradiation; mineralization; nitrates; oxidation; pH; photolysis; photons; pollutants; reaction mechanisms; sulfadimethazine; ultraviolet radiation; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... The degradation of sulfamethazine (SMN) by VUV/UV photo-Fenton (VPF) process was investigated with a mini-fluidic VUV/UV photoreaction system. Compared with the conventional UV photo-Fenton process, the VPF process significantly enhanced the degradation and mineralization of SMN, because the VUV irradiation photolyzed H2O and accelerated the redox cycle of Fe3+/Fe2+ to generate more reactive oxyge ...