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DOI10.1002/celc.202200221
Citation KeySouzaLinaFerrLanz:2022:UsHyCo
TitleUsing Hybrid Coupling Processes for the Treatment of Waste Containing Halosulfuron-Methyl Herbicide
Year2022
MonthJune
Access Date2022, July 07
Type of Workjournal article
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Author1 Souza, Fernanda L.
2 Linares, José J.
3 Ferreira, Neidenêi Gomes
4 Lanza, Marcos R. V.
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Affiliation1 Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar)
2 Universidade de Brasília (UnB)
3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
4 Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar)
Author e-Mail Address1 fersouza.usp@gmail.com
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3 ng.ferreira@hotmail.com
JournalChemelectrochem
Volume9
Number11
Pagese202200221
History (UTC)2022-06-23 19:32:49 :: simone -> administrator :: 2022
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KeywordsFenton
hydrogen peroxide
UV lightboron-doped diamond
Halomethyl sulfuron
AbstractThis work aims to demonstrate the importance of coupling different degradation processes for the removal of the commercial herbicide Halosulfuron-Methyl (HSM). Using anode oxidation (AO) on boron-doped diamond as the base process; cathodically produced H2O2 (AO/H2O2), UV light (AO/UV), AO/UV/H2O2, electro-Fenton and photoelectron Fenton (PEF) are employed as hybrid processes for HSM degradation. All hybrid processes employed in the study exhibited synergism with AO, and the UV-irradiated processes presented an outstanding performance. In particular, the AO/UV/H2O2 process exhibited 90 % mineralization after 3 h of treatment, whereas the PEF process exhibited a complete removal of HSM after 45 min of treatment. In addition to the noticeable advantages of hybridization, the application of higher current densities is found to accelerate the degradation/mineralization of the compound of interest, although the process tends to be more energy demanding. In such a case, the use of a hybrid treatment process coupled to UV-irradiation allows one to mitigate this constraint while contributing toward obtaining higher mineralization degrees. The degradation/mineralization of more concentrated solutions is, however, found to occur more sluggishly under the treatment mechanisms investigated here, requiring longer times, although the process is noticeably more efficient in photo-irradiated processes, which recorded current efficiencies of above 100 %.
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