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Removal efficiency of anionic surfactants from water during UVC photolysis and advanced oxidation process in H2O2/UVC system

Autorzy Ríos, F.  Olak-Kucharczyk, M.  Gmurek, M.  Ledakowicz, S. 
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PL Efektywność usuwania surfaktantów anionowych z wody przy zastosowaniu promieniowania UVC i zaawansowanego utleniania w układzie H2O2/UVC
Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN Surfactants after their use are discharged into aquatic ecosystems. These compounds may be harmful to fauna and flora in surface waters or can be toxic for microorganisms of the activated sludge or biofilm in WWTP. In order to determine effectiveness of different advanced oxidation processes on the degradation of surfactants, in this study the degradation of anionic surfactants in aqueous solution using photolysis by 254 nm irradiation and by advanced oxidation process in a H2O2/UVC system was investigated. Two representatives of anionic surfactants, linear alkyl benzene sulphonate (LAS-R11-14) and ether carboxylic derivate (EC-R12-14E10) were tested. The influence of pH, initial surfactant concentration and dose of hydrogen peroxide on the degradation was also studied. Results show outstanding effectiveness of the H2O2/UVC system in the removal of surfactant from aqueous solutions.
PL Surfaktanty, podobnie jak większość tego typu substancji chemicznych, po wykorzystaniu trafi ają do środowiska wodnego. Związki te mogą stwarzać zagrożenie dla fl ory i fauny zasiedlającej wody powierzchniowe, jak również mogą działać toksycznie na mikroorganizmy znajdujące się w osadzie czynnym w oczyszczalniach ścieków. W niniejszej pracy przedstawiono wyniki badań degradacji wybranych surfaktantów anionowych w środowisku wodnym przy zastosowaniu promieniowania UVC i zaawansowanego utleniania w układzie H2O2/UVC. Zbadano wpływ następujących parametrów reakcyjnych: odczyn środowiska reakcyjnego, początkowego stężenia obiektów badań i nadtlenku wodoru na szybkość degradacji surfaktantów. Uzyskane w toku prac badawczych wyniki potwierdzają wysoką skuteczność zaawansowanego utleniania w układzie H2O2/UVC w usuwaniu badanych surfaktantów ze środowiska wodnego, które jest procesem znacznie efektywniejszym w porównaniu do procesu fotolizy. Unauthenticated
Słowa kluczowe
PL surfakanty   degradacja surfakantów   zaawansowany proces utleniania   anionowe środki powierzchniowo czynne   eter karboksylowy   system H2O2 / UVC   fotoliza  
EN advanced oxidation process   anionic surfactants   ether carboxylic derivate   H2O2/UVC system   linear alkyl benzene sulfonate   UVC photolysis  
Wydawca Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Committee of Environmental Engineering
Czasopismo Archives of Environmental Protection
Rocznik 2017
Tom Vol. 43, no. 1
Strony 20--26
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 33 poz., tab., wykr.
Twórcy
autor Ríos, F.
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Spain University of Granada
autor Olak-Kucharczyk, M.
  • Lodz University of Technology, Poland, Department of Bioprocess Engineering
autor Gmurek, M.
  • Lodz University of Technology, Poland, Department of Bioprocess Engineering
autor Ledakowicz, S.
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Uwagi
Opracowanie ze środków MNiSW w ramach umowy 812/P-DUN/2016 na działalność upowszechniającą naukę (zadania 2017).
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DOI 10.1515/aep-2017-0003