Bisphenol A degradation and mineralization by the Fenton and the Photo-Fenton process
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The performance of the Fenton and photo-Fenton processes for the degradation and mineralization of Bisphenol A was investigat-ed. A parameterized kinetic model was suitably fitted to the exper-imental data in order to determine two performance parameters related to the global equilibrium conversion and kinetic rate of the process. Further analysis allowed selecting those process condi-tions (iron and hydrogen peroxide load) that maximize the process performance. The Fenton process clearly proved to more efficient-ly degrade Bisphenol A under irradiation. The highest conversion rates were achieved with only the stoichiometric hydrogen perox-ide load and the appropriate iron load (i.e. total Bisphenol A elimination and 90 % TOC decay).
CitationPérez-Moya, M. [et al.]. Bisphenol A degradation and mineralization by the Fenton and the Photo-Fenton process. A: European Meeting on Solar Chemistry and Photocatalysis: Environmental Applications. "8th European Meeting on Solar Chemistry and Photocatalysis: Environmental Applications: SPEA 8: Thessaloniki, Greece 25-28 June 2014". Thessaloniki: 2014, p. 87.