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Is it worth the use of bipolar electrodes in electrolytic wastewater treatment processes?
In this work, it is studied the advisability of the application of bipolar electrodes (consisting of boron doped diamond coatings) for the electrolytic treatment of wastewater. Results are discussed in terms of the success ...
Coupling photo and sono technologies to improve efficiencies in conductive diamond electrochemical oxidation
In this work, the improvements obtained in the conductive-diamond electrochemical oxidation (CDEO) by simultaneous coupling of ultrasounds (US) and UV-light irradiation are studied for the treatment of synthetic wastes ...
Removal of pesticide 2,4-D by conductive-diamond photoelectrochemical oxidation
In this work, the removal of pesticide 2,4-D by single photolysis, electrolysis with BDD anode and a combined UV irradiation—electrolysis is studied. Results demonstrate that although photolysis is completely inefficient ...
Effect of the cathode material on the removal of nitrates by electrolysis in non-chloride media
In this work, the effect of the cathode material (conductive diamond, stainless steel, silicon carbide, graphite or lead) and the current density (150–1400 A m−2) on the removal of nitrates from aqueous solutions is studied ...
Removal of herbicide 2,4-D using conductive-diamond sono-electrochemical oxidation
In this work, the depletion of herbicide 2,4-D using electrolysis and sono-electrolysis was studied in a DIACELL® 401 electrochemical cell equipped with bipolar p-Si BDD electrodes. Results show that 2,4-D can be efficiently ...