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Degradation of bisphenol A in aqueous solution by persulfate activated with ferrous ion

Degradation of bisphenol A (BPA) in aqueous solution was studied with high-efficiency sulfate radical (SO^sub 4^ ^sup -·^), which was generated by the activation of persulfate (S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^) with ferrous ion (Fe^sup 2+^). S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^ was activated by Fe^sup 2+^ to produce... Full description

Journal Title: Environmental Science and Pollution Research International Jul 2013, Vol.20(7), pp.4947-53
Main Author: Jiang, Xiaoxuan
Other Authors: Wu, Yanlin , Wang, Peng , Li, Hongjing , Dong, Wenbo
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title: Degradation of bisphenol A in aqueous solution by persulfate activated with ferrous ion
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  • Jiang, Xiaoxuan
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  • Li, Hongjing
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  • Benzhydryl Compounds–Chemistry
  • Carbon–Chemistry
  • Ferrous Compounds–Chemistry
  • Organic Chemicals–Chemistry
  • Oxidation-Reduction–Chemistry
  • Phenols–Chemistry
  • Solutions–Chemistry
  • Sulfates–Chemistry
  • China
  • Biodegradation
  • Bisphenol A
  • Chemical Contaminants
  • Water Pollution
  • Studies
  • Experimental/Theoretical
  • Pollution Control
  • Asia & the Pacific
  • Benzhydryl Compounds
  • Ferrous Compounds
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description: Degradation of bisphenol A (BPA) in aqueous solution was studied with high-efficiency sulfate radical (SO^sub 4^ ^sup -·^), which was generated by the activation of persulfate (S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^) with ferrous ion (Fe^sup 2+^). S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^ was activated by Fe^sup 2+^ to produce SO^sub 4^ ^sup -·^, and iron powder (Fe^sup 0^) was used as a slow-releasing source of dissolved Fe^sup 2+^. The major oxidation products of BPA were determined by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometer. The mineralization efficiency of BPA was monitored by total organic carbon (TOC) analyzer. BPA removal efficiency was improved by the increase of initial S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^ or Fe^sup 2+^ concentrations and then decreased with excess Fe^sup 2+^ concentration. The adding mode of Fe^sup 2+^ had significant impact on BPA degradation and mineralization. BPA removal rates increased from 49 to 97 % with sequential addition of Fe^sup 2+^, while complete degradation was observed with continuous...
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abstractDegradation of bisphenol A (BPA) in aqueous solution was studied with high-efficiency sulfate radical (SO^sub 4^ ^sup -·^), which was generated by the activation of persulfate (S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^) with ferrous ion (Fe^sup 2+^). S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^ was activated by Fe^sup 2+^ to produce SO^sub 4^ ^sup -·^, and iron powder (Fe^sup 0^) was used as a slow-releasing source of dissolved Fe^sup 2+^. The major oxidation products of BPA were determined by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometer. The mineralization efficiency of BPA was monitored by total organic carbon (TOC) analyzer. BPA removal efficiency was improved by the increase of initial S^sub 2^O^sub 8^ ^sup 2-^ or Fe^sup 2+^ concentrations and then decreased with excess Fe^sup 2+^ concentration. The adding mode of Fe^sup 2+^ had significant impact on BPA degradation and mineralization. BPA removal rates increased from 49 to 97 % with sequential addition of Fe^sup 2+^, while complete degradation was observed with continuous...
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