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000205440 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.ultsonch.2014.05.003
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000205440 245__ $$aCoupling between high-frequency ultrasound and solar photo-Fenton at pilot scale for the treatment of organic contaminants: An initial approach
000205440 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2015$$aAmsterdam
000205440 269__ $$a2015
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000205440 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000205440 520__ $$aThis study aims to evaluate the performance of a novel pilot-scale coupled system consisting of a high frequency ultrasonic reactor (400 kHz) and a compound parabolic collector (CPC). The benefits of the concurrent application of ultrasound and the photo-Fenton process were studied in regard to the degradation behavior of a series of organic pollutants. Three compounds (phenol, bisphenol A and diuron) with different physicochemical properties have been chosen in order to identify possible synergistic effects and to obtain a better estimate of the general feasibility of such a system at field scale (10 L). Bisphenol A and diuron were specifically chosen due to their high hydrophobicity, and thus their assumed higher affinity towards the cavitation bubble. Experiments were conducted under ultrasonic, photo-Fenton and combined treatments. Enhanced degradation kinetics were observed during the coupled treatment and synergy factors clearly in excess of 1 have been calculated for phenol as well as for saturated solutions of bisphenol A and diuron. Although the relatively high cost of ultrasound compared to photo-Fenton still presents a significant challenge towards mainstream industrial application, the observed behavior suggests that its prudent use has the potential to significantly benefit the photo-Fenton process, via the decrease of both treatment time and H2O2 consumption. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
000205440 6531_ $$aSolar photo-Fenton
000205440 6531_ $$aWastewater treatment
000205440 6531_ $$aHigh-frequency ultrasound
000205440 6531_ $$aPilot-scale
000205440 6531_ $$aCompound parabolic collector
000205440 700__ $$0245445$$g207156$$uEcole Polytech Fed Lausanne, Inst Chem & Chem Engn, Grp Adv Oxidat Proc, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland$$aPapoutsakis, Stefanos
000205440 700__ $$uPlataforma Solar Almeria, Tabernas 04200, Almeria, Spain$$aMiralles-Cuevas, Sara
000205440 700__ $$aGondrexon, Nicolas
000205440 700__ $$aBaup, Stephane
000205440 700__ $$uPlataforma Solar Almeria, Tabernas 04200, Almeria, Spain$$aMalato, Sixto
000205440 700__ $$0240005$$g106159$$uEcole Polytech Fed Lausanne, Inst Chem & Chem Engn, Grp Adv Oxidat Proc, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland$$aPulgarin, Cesar
000205440 773__ $$j22$$tUltrasonics Sonochemistry$$q527-534
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