Publication detail

Organic Dye Decomposition by DC Diaphragm Discharge in Water: Effect of Solution Properties on Dye Removal

KOZÁKOVÁ, Z. KRČMA, F. NEJEZCHLEB, M. SKALNÝ, J.

Original Title

Organic Dye Decomposition by DC Diaphragm Discharge in Water: Effect of Solution Properties on Dye Removal

English Title

Organic Dye Decomposition by DC Diaphragm Discharge in Water: Effect of Solution Properties on Dye Removal

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The process of organic dye removal from various water solutions containing organic dyes and inorganic additives by the DC diaphragm discharge has been studied in so called "negative part" of this discharge. The concentration of treated dye decreased almost exponentially to constant residual value. The final dye concentration reached approximately 20 % of the initial value after 10 minutes of the treatment of the Direct Red 79 dye solution. The dye de-coloration was also affected by the dye structure. The azo and diazo compounds have been degraded significantly faster to be compared to thiazine compounds. The degradation process required an optimal adjustment of the initial solution conductivity. The optimum conductivity of approximately 600 microS cm-1 was found when the solution contained either NaCl or NaBr electrolytes. The type of electrolyte used for the conductivity adjustment considerably affects the process of dye de-coloration. Halogen compounds have been found the most proper compounds for such purpose.

English abstract

The process of organic dye removal from various water solutions containing organic dyes and inorganic additives by the DC diaphragm discharge has been studied in so called "negative part" of this discharge. The concentration of treated dye decreased almost exponentially to constant residual value. The final dye concentration reached approximately 20 % of the initial value after 10 minutes of the treatment of the Direct Red 79 dye solution. The dye de-coloration was also affected by the dye structure. The azo and diazo compounds have been degraded significantly faster to be compared to thiazine compounds. The degradation process required an optimal adjustment of the initial solution conductivity. The optimum conductivity of approximately 600 microS cm-1 was found when the solution contained either NaCl or NaBr electrolytes. The type of electrolyte used for the conductivity adjustment considerably affects the process of dye de-coloration. Halogen compounds have been found the most proper compounds for such purpose.

Keywords

diaphragm discharge, organic dye removal

RIV year

2009

Released

01.03.2009

Pages from

283

Pages to

294

Pages count

12

BibTex


@article{BUT49551,
  author="Zdenka {Kozáková} and František {Krčma} and Martin {Nejezchleb} and Ján {Skalný}",
  title="Organic Dye Decomposition by DC Diaphragm Discharge in Water: Effect of Solution Properties on Dye Removal",
  annote="The process of organic dye removal from various water solutions containing organic dyes and inorganic additives by the DC diaphragm discharge has been studied in so called "negative part" of this discharge. The concentration of treated dye decreased almost exponentially to constant residual value. The final dye concentration reached approximately 20 % of the initial value after 10 minutes of the treatment of the Direct Red 79 dye solution. The dye de-coloration was also affected by the dye structure. The azo and diazo compounds have been degraded significantly faster to be compared to thiazine compounds. The degradation process required an optimal adjustment of the initial solution conductivity. The optimum conductivity of approximately 600  microS cm-1 was found when the solution contained either NaCl or NaBr electrolytes. The type of electrolyte used for the conductivity adjustment considerably affects the process of dye de-coloration. Halogen compounds have been found the most proper compounds for such purpose.",
  chapter="49551",
  journal="DESALINATION",
  number="1",
  volume="239",
  year="2009",
  month="march",
  pages="283--294",
  type="journal article - other"
}