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The vegetable sponge of cylindrical loofa, a natural product which grows in the north of Algeria, was used for phenol removal from wastewater. Adsorption isotherm of phenol onto the prepared cords of loofa was determined by batch tests. The effects of variou ...
Desalination 244 (2009)
Polydimethylsiloxane composite membrane was employed for the separation of phenol and sodium chloride in synthetic wastewater. The major operational parameters affecting phenol transfer through this composite membrane wer ...
Desalination 234 (2008)
Presence of phenol in river water occasionally disturbs the production of drinking water. Phenol often originated from coal power plants or pesticides. New ozone generator [Kuraica et al., Vacuum, 73 (2004) 705] was used for removal of phenol ...
Desalination 213 (2007)
Effects of hydraulic loading and room temperature on performance of anaerobic/anoxic/aerobic system for ammonia-ridden and phenol-rich coking effluents
... coking effluent, 8,000–15,000 mg chemical oxygen demand (COD)/L, characterized by high levels of toxic organics and ammonia, 1200–1700 mg phenol/L and 700–1800 mg ammoniacal-nitrogen/L. Besides the partial return of settled sludge to the anaerobic column, partial final effluent was als ...
Desalination 250 (2009)
... processes that combine pressure driven membrane processes with adsorption processes have been developed. Our research group studied the removal of phenol with three reverse osmosis membranes, the rejection percentages obtained were very low (40%), besides this parameter increases when the operatin ...
Desalination 246 (2009)
... the titanium oxide anatase form, is a determining stage in the process of photodegradation. We present an experimental study of the adsorption of phenol, chosen as the model pollutant, on a photocatalyst, titanium oxide anatase (Degussa P25). The measure of the quantity of phenol adsorbed was made b ...
Desalination 166 (2004)
Reverse osmosis of binary organic solute mixtures in the presence of strong solute–membrane affinity
Reverse osmosis performance for certain low molecular weight organic solutes in water, such as phenol and its derivatives, is markedly different from that of simple aqueous salt solutions. The unusual solute–membrane affinity reverse osmosi ...
Desalination 165 (2004)
Treatment of highly-concentrated phenol wastewater with an extractive membrane reactor using silicone rubber
Application of membrane extraction process to the removal of phenol from its aqueous solution was investigated. The ability of poly (dimethylsiloxane), i.e. PDMS and poly (methyl vinyl) siloxane (PVMS) in th ...
Desalination 195 (2006)
... phenolic compounds form wastewaters, the membrane aromatic recovery aromatic system (MARS). Laboratory work on wastewaters containing aniline and phenol will be presented, including data demonstrating removal and recovery of each chemical in a sufficiently pure form to allow recycling into ...
Desalination 148 (2002)
Elimination of phenol by adsorption on activated carbon prepared from the peach cores: modelling and optimisation
... aim of this paper is to model and optimize the conditions of obtaining the activated carbon prepared from the date cores, and the elimination of phenol by adsorption. Several activation chemical agents were tested for the preparation of the activated carbon. Best results is obtained with th ...
Desalination 223 (2008)