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Degradation of Organic Dyes Versus H2O2 Generation During the DC Diaphragm Discharge Treatment in Water Solutions

Stará, Z., Krčma, F.

Originální název

Degradation of Organic Dyes Versus H2O2 Generation During the DC Diaphragm Discharge Treatment in Water Solutions

Anglický název

Degradation of Organic Dyes Versus H2O2 Generation During the DC Diaphragm Discharge Treatment in Water Solutions

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper is focused on investigation and comparison of two chemical processes occurring in water solutions treated by DC diaphragm discharge - hydrogen peroxide generation and degradation of organic dyes dissolved in water. Concentration of hydrogen peroxide produced by the discharge depends on the discharge conditions (polarity and magnitude of the applied voltage etc.) and it is determined by photometry using a specific titanium reagent. Organic dyes in solid phase and dissolved in water are chosen as model compounds for the degradation processes. Their concentration is determined by photometry, too.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper is focused on investigation and comparison of two chemical processes occurring in water solutions treated by DC diaphragm discharge - hydrogen peroxide generation and degradation of organic dyes dissolved in water. Concentration of hydrogen peroxide produced by the discharge depends on the discharge conditions (polarity and magnitude of the applied voltage etc.) and it is determined by photometry using a specific titanium reagent. Organic dyes in solid phase and dissolved in water are chosen as model compounds for the degradation processes. Their concentration is determined by photometry, too.

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@article{BUT42437,
  author="Zdenka {Kozáková} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Degradation of Organic Dyes Versus H2O2 Generation During the DC Diaphragm Discharge Treatment in Water Solutions",
  annote="The paper is focused on investigation and comparison of two chemical
processes occurring in water solutions treated by DC diaphragm
discharge - hydrogen peroxide generation and degradation of organic
dyes dissolved in water. Concentration of hydrogen peroxide produced
by the discharge depends on the discharge conditions (polarity and
magnitude of the applied voltage etc.) and it is determined by photometry
using a specific titanium reagent. Organic dyes in solid phase and
dissolved in water are chosen as model compounds for the degradation
processes. Their concentration is determined by photometry, too.",
  address="Slovenská akadémia ved",
  chapter="42437",
  institution="Slovenská akadémia ved",
  journal="Acta Physica Slovaca",
  number="6",
  volume="55",
  year="2005",
  month="december",
  pages="515--519",
  publisher="Slovenská akadémia ved",
  type="journal article - other"
}