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The individual and Co-exposure degradation of benzophenone derivatives by UV/H2O2 and UV/PDS in different water matrices

Author:
Luo, Jinming, Liu, Tongcai, Zhang, Danyu, Yin, Kai, Wang, Dong, Zhang, Weiqiu, Liu, Chengbin, Yang, Chunping, Wei, Yuanfeng, Wang, Longlu, Luo, Shenglian, Crittenden, John C.
Source:
Water research 2019 v.159 pp. 102-110
ISSN:
0043-1354
Subject:
UV filters, benzophenones, bromides, carbonates, chlorides, chlorine, cost effectiveness, free radicals, hydrolysis, hydroxyl radicals, models, oxidation, seawater, surface water, urine
Abstract:
Benzophenone derivatives, including benzophenone-1 (C13H10O3, BP1), benzophenone-3 (C14H12O3, BP3) and benzophenone-8 (C14H12O4, BP8), that used as UV filters are currently viewed as emerging contaminants. Degradation behaviors on co-exposure benzophenone derivatives using UV-driven advanced oxidation processes under different aqueous environments are still unknown. In this study, the degradation behavior of mixed benzophenone derivatives via UV/H2O2 and UV/peroxydisulfate (PDS), in different water matrices (surface water, hydrolyzed urine and seawater) were systematically examined. In surface water, the attack of BP3 by hydroxyl radicals (HO∙) or carbonate radicals (CO3∙-) in UV/H2O2 can generate BP8, which was responsible for the relatively high degradation rate of BP3. Intermediates from BP3 and BP8 in UV/PDS were susceptible to CO3∙-, bringing inhibition of BP1 degradation. In hydrolyzed urine, Cl− was shown the negligible effect for benzophenone derivatives degradation due to low concentration of reactive chlorine species (RCS). Meanwhile, BP3 abatement was excessively inhibited during co-exposure pattern. In seawater, non-first-order kinetic behavior for BP3 and BP8 was found during UV/PDS treatment. Based on modeling, Br− was the sink for HO∙, and the co-existence of Br− and Cl− was the sink for SO4∙-. The cost-effective treatment toward target compounds removal in different water matrices was further evaluated using EE/O. In most cases, UV/H2O2 process is more economically competitive than UV/PDS process.
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6429011