Dairy Farming Simulated Organic Wastewater of Degradation Experiment by Hydrogen Peroxide

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In dairy farming simulated wastewater resorcinol as the research object, using hydrogen peroxide treatment method to study the effect of resorcinol, the results showed that: when the initial concentration of hydroquinone 1.0g / L, 1.5g / L, 2.0g / L, 2.5g / L, 3.0g / L, the degradation rate was: 45.95%, 44.72%, 40.86%, 35.37%, 31.23%. Resorcinol degradation rate increases with the decrease of the initial concentration, that is beneficial to the low initial concentration of degradation, but the higher the initial concentration of the degradation rate. When the amount of hydrogen peroxide is 1mL, 1.5mL, 2mL, 2.5mL, when 3mL, the degradation rate was: 60.40%, 63.54%, 68.13%, 75.87%, 80.94%. Studies have shown that ultrasound combined with hydrogen peroxide is a good resorcinol degradation of organic pollutants in new ways.

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Z.S. Liu, L.P. Xu, X.D. Liang, Z.H. Wang and H.M. Zhang

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729-732

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Y. G. Bi and K. X. Zhang, "Dairy Farming Simulated Organic Wastewater of Degradation Experiment by Hydrogen Peroxide", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1015, pp. 729-732, 2014

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August 2014

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