Microwave – Induced Oxidation Progress for Treatment of Imidacloprid Pesticide Wastewater


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The microwave-induced hydrogen peroxide oxidation process was used for the treatment of synthetic imidacloprid pesticide wastewater, which the initial concentration of COD was 268mg/L. The results showed that COD removal rate could reach 50.06% with the following working conditions: imidacloprid pesticide wastewater 100mL, H2O2 concentration 26.52g/L, microwave power 119W, irradiation time 1min, pH value 6. It provides an effective technology for the removal of imidacloprid pesticide wastewater.



Edited by:

Mohamed Othman




X. Y. Bi et al., "Microwave – Induced Oxidation Progress for Treatment of Imidacloprid Pesticide Wastewater", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 2489-2492, 2012

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November 2012




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