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Effects of Fenton treatment on the properties of effluent organic matter and their relationships with the degradation of pharmaceuticals and personal care products

This study examined effects of Fenton oxidation on trace level pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) commonly occurring in wastewater. The tested PPCPs included acetaminophen, atenolol, atrazine, carbamazepine, metoprolol, dilantin, DEET, diclofenac, pentoxifylline, oxybenzone, caffeine... Full description

Journal Title: Water Research 2012, Vol.46(2), pp.403-412
Main Author: Li, Wei
Other Authors: Nanaboina, Venkateswarlu , Zhou, Qixing , Korshin, Gregory V
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ID: ISSN: 0043-1354 ; E-ISSN: 1879-2448 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2011.11.002
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title: Effects of Fenton treatment on the properties of effluent organic matter and their relationships with the degradation of pharmaceuticals and personal care products
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  • Li, Wei
  • Nanaboina, Venkateswarlu
  • Zhou, Qixing
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  • Effluent Organic Matter
  • Absorbance Spectroscopy
  • Size Exclusion Chromatography
  • Fenton Oxidation
  • Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products
  • Effluent Organic Matter
  • Absorbance Spectroscopy
  • Size Exclusion Chromatography
  • Engineering
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description: This study examined effects of Fenton oxidation on trace level pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) commonly occurring in wastewater. The tested PPCPs included acetaminophen, atenolol, atrazine, carbamazepine, metoprolol, dilantin, DEET, diclofenac, pentoxifylline, oxybenzone, caffeine, fluoxetine, gemfibrozil, ibuprofen, iopromide, naproxen, propranolol, sulfamethoxazole, bisphenol-A and trimethoprim. Transformations of effluent organic matter (EfOM) caused by Fenton oxidation were also quantified. All tested PPCPs, except atrazine and iopromide, were completely removed by Fenton treatment carried out using a 20 mg/L Fe (II) concentration and a 2.5 H 2O 2/Fe (II) molar ratio. Up to 30% on the total carbon concentration was removed during Fenton treatment which was accompanied by the oxidation of EfOM molecules and formation of oxidation products such as oxalic, formic and acetic acids and, less prominently, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, propionaldehyde and...
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