Advanced Water Treatment
Interest in water treatment by electrochemical methods has grown in recent years. Electrochemical oxidation has been applied particularly successfully to degrade different organic pollutants and disinfect drinking water. Advanced Water Treatment: Electrochemical Methods reviews the current state of the art in the electrochemical-based methods for water treatment, the effectiveness of the electrochemical oxidation technique in inactivating different primary biofilm forming paper mill bacteria, as well as sulfide and organic material in pulp and paper mill wastewater in laboratory-scale batch experiments. Various electrodes are described including boron-doped diamond, mixed metal oxide, PbO2, and their impacts on inactivation efficiency of parameters such as current density and initial pH or chloride concentration of synthetic paper machine water are given. The mechanisms of action of various electrodes in different systems are reported. The book is a source of information for environmental and chemical engineers due to the number of methods and industry-focused application cases and researchers who study the transition from a laboratory environment to practical applications.
- Includes most recent research on advanced water treatment by electrochemical methods
- Describes the use of electrochemical cleaning of paper mill wastewaters
- Includes techniques for cleaning mining waters and removal of organic pollutants by electrochemical methods
|Titel:||Advanced Water Treatment|
|NUR:||Anatomie en fysiologie|
|Afmetingen:||235 x 191|