Advances in Treating Textile Efluent by P. Hauser

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2005). Structure and Chemistry of Cytochrome P450. Chemical Reviews, Vol. 105, No. 6, pp. K. (1985) Metabolism of chemical carcinogens. ; Parlar, H. (2001). Degradability of selected azo dye metabolites in activated sludge systems. Chemosphere, Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. P. (2009). Biodegradation of textile azo dyes by a facultative Staphylococcus arlettae strain VN- Azo Dyes and Their Metabolites: Does the Discharge of the Azo Dye into Water Bodies Represent Human and Ecological Risks? 41 11 using a sequential microaerophilic/aerobic process.

Use of ozone in a pilot-scale plant for textile wastewater pre-treatment: Physico-chemical efficiency, degradation by-products identification and Decolorisation of Textile Dyeing Effluents Using Advanced Oxidation Processes 25 environmental toxicity of treated wastewater. 175, pp. 235–240, ISSN 0304-3894 Steahlin, J. , (1982). Decomposition of Ozone in Water: Rate of Initiation by Hydroxide Ions and Hydrogen Peroxide. Environ. Sci. 16, pp. 676-681, ISSN 0013-936X Staehelin, J. & Hoigne, J. (1985).

Chemical oxidation technologies: ultraviolet light/hydrogen peroxide, Fenton's reagent and titanium dioxide-assisted photocatalysis. Hazard. 10, pp. J. (1997). The use of bacteria-polymer composites for the removal of colour from reactive dye effluents. PhD thesis, UK, Univeristy of Leeds. ; Guthrie, J. & Nelson, G. (1998). The Biotechnology Approach to Colour Removal from Textile Effluent. J. of the Soc. 114, pp. ; Wu, D. , (2008). Effect of surface chemistry on the adsorption of basic dyes on carbon aerogels.

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