Written in English
|Statement||Paul Owen and others.|
|Series||PB 239 156|
Electrochemistry of Carbon Electrodes (Advances in Electrochemical Sciences and Engineering Book 16) - Kindle edition by Alkire, Richard C., Bartlett, Philip N., Lipkowski, Jacek. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Electrochemistry of Carbon Electrodes (Advances in Electrochemical Manufacturer: Wiley-VCH. Synopsis A mechanism for the desorption of bentazone is proposed based on the electrochemical regeneration of an activated carbon cloth exhausted with the common herbicide. Your current credentials do not allow retrieval of the full text. The purpose of this book is to present a unified discussion of the carbon dioxide chemistry which is necessary for the understanding and design of electrochemically-driven processes for the reduction of carbon dioxide and to provide an impetus for the further development of electrocatalytic carbon dioxide chemistry. The electrochemical regeneration of an activated carbon cloth exhausted with a common herbicide (bentazone) was investigated under different operating conditions. The reversibility of the desorption process was confirmed by monitoring the UV spectra of the Cited by:
The electrochemical regeneration of an activated carbon, previously saturated with toluene by gas phase adsorption, was studied. Cathodic and anodic regeneration methods were analyzed using a small batch electrochemical by: • The energy consumption is lower than in thermal regeneration. For example, electrochemical regeneration of activated carbon saturated with phenol has an efficiency of 85%, takes place between hours and consumes between kWh/kg respect thermal regeneration, which consumes between kWh/kg to obtain a similar efficiency. To elaborate a techno-economic analysis and a business plan in order to validate the economic and industrial feasibility of the portable electrochemical activated carbon regeneration device. To deliver a robust production line for PORTABLECRAC solution to approach scalability and replicability worldwide. An electro-Fenton (EF) based technology using activated carbon (AC) fiber as cathode and BDD as anode has been investigated for both regeneration of AC and mineralization of organic pollutants. The large specific surface area and low intraparticle diffusion resistance of AC tissue resulted in high maximum adsorption capacity of phenol (PH) ( mmol g–1) and fast adsorption kinetics. Spent Cited by:
The book sets the standard on carbon materials for electrode design. For the first time, the leading experts in this field summarize the preparation techniques and specific characteristics together with established and potential applications of the different types of carbon-based electrodes. Zhou and Lei and Berenguer et al. utilized fluidized reactors in the electrochemical regeneration of exhausted GAC and reached regeneration efficiencies of 90 and 80% respectively. Zhou and Lei [ 46 ] attributed the high regeneration efficiency to the GAC particles being able to come into close proximity with the anode, in which hydroxyl radicals could oxidize adsorbed by: Regeneration of exhausted activated carbon by electrochemical method Article in Chemical Engineering Journal 85(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Huiping Zhang. Some examples of electrochemical regeneration are electrochemical regeneration of activated carbon-based adsorbents in wastewater treatment and regeneration of enzymatic cofactors in electroenzymatic processes. Organic pollutants in wastewaters can be removed by adsorption using, e.g., activated carbon as an adsorbent.