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Analysis of modified wet-air oxidation for soil detoxification

Analysis of modified wet-air oxidation for soil detoxification

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

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  • Hazardous wastes -- United States -- Incineration

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    Other titlesAnalysis of modified wet air oxidation for soil detoxification
    Statementby Walter Unterberg ... [et al.]
    ContributionsUnterberg, Walter, Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14654443M

    This is the first report on the use of Pr-modified NiMo and core–shell [email protected] 2 O catalysts, and these results may be used to promote the effective application of noble metal-free nanocatalysts for hydrogen production from hydrous hydrazine. The most effective treatment removed about 80% of the soil carbohydrate and caused an increase of about 75% in the fraction of microaggregates (soil. 15–20 percent of the soil carbohydrate was resistant to oxidation by periodate, even after prolonged reaction times and contained a higher relative proportion of Cited by:

    A xenobiotic is a chemical substance found within an organism that is not naturally produced or expected to be present within the organism. It can also cover substances that are present in much higher concentrations than are usual.. Natural compounds can also become xenobiotics if they are taken up by another organism, such as the uptake of natural human hormones by fish found downstream of. zing rum distillery wastes using a wet-air oxidation. process, with In wet-air oxidation organic matter disssolved and without catalysts. in water is oxidized with air directly in the aqueous phase. High temperatures and pressures are used co achieve fast reaction rates. The optimum operating conditions consideration were to be defined.

    Wet oxidation is a form of hydrothermal treatment. It is the oxidation of dissolved or suspended components in water using oxygen as the is referred to as "Wet Air Oxidation" (WAO) when air is used. The oxidation reactions occur in superheated water at a temperature above the normal boiling point of water ( °C), but below the critical point ( °C). A wet‐oxidation method with peroxydisulfate digestion at °C is presented for routine analysis of particulate organic N (PON) collected on glass‐fiber filters. The technique was adapted from a previous procedure for oxidizing total N in seawater to NO 3 −. Comparisons with PON determinations by dry combustion at °C indicated high Cited by:


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Wet-air oxidation is a semi-commercial process that has been used to treat a variety of weakly toxic chemical wastes and for the regen- eration of activated carbon. As the name implies, wet-air oxidation is the destruc- tive oxidation of waste compounds by dissolved oxygen in a moderate temper- ature (°C) aqueous phase.

Get this from a library. Analysis of modified wet-air oxidation for soil detoxification. [Walter Unterberg; Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory.;]. Wet-air oxidation is a semi-commercial process that has been used to treat a variety of weakly toxic chemical wastes and for the regeneration of activated carbon.

Part of the Handbook of Environmental Engineering book series (HEE, volume 5) Wet air oxidation (WAO) is a technology used to treat the waste streams which are too dilute to incinerate and too concentrated for biological by: Journal of Hazardous Materials, 12 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.

V., Amsterdam - Printed in the Netherlands WET AIR OXIDATION - A TREATMENT MEANS FOR AQUEOUS HAZARDOUS WASTE STREAMS JAMES A. HEIMBUCH and ALLAN R. WILHELMI Zimpro Inc., Military Road, Rothschild, WI (U.S.A.) (Accepted December ) Summary Wet air oxidation (WAO) Cited by: No leaching of Ru and/or Ti from the employed solids to hot wet-air oxidation solutions was detected by ICP-AES analysis to the detection limits of and mg/l, respectively.

Therefore, no homogeneously catalyzed oxidation of parent and partially oxidized organic compounds by dissolved metals took place in the trickle-bed by: Wet Air Oxidation (WAO) R’COOH*: Residual Oxidation Intermediates Low Molecular Weight Carboxylic Acids RH + O 2 CO 2 + H 2 O + N 2 + R’COOH* DHFile Size: KB.

demilitarization. The wet air oxidation (WAO) technology is one of the alternative technologies that can be considered for treatment of the wastes from the demilitarization operations. WAO is a moderate temperature (° to °C) and high-pressure ( to 3, pounds per square inch absolute [psia]) technology.

Direct application of thisFile Size: KB. Catalytic wet oxidation with H 2O 2 using Cu/Al 2O 3 and copper plate was employed for the treatment of the dark black reddish dyehouse effluents.

The removal efficiency of both TOC and color was strongly related to the consumption of H 2O 2 and formation of hydroxyl radical. The aqueous phase oxidation of m-xylene and tetrachloroethylene has been studied in a batch reactor over a temperature and pressure range of to K. Mantzavinos D, Hellenbrand R, Livingston AG, Metcalfe IS () Reaction mechanisms and kinetics of chemical pretreatment of bioresistant organic molecules by wet air oxidation.

Paper presented at the 1st international conference on Oxidation Technologies for Water and Wastewater Treatment, Goslar, Germany, 12–15 May Google ScholarAuthor: Marta I. Litter. Detoxification and Destruction of PCBs, CAHs, CFCs, and Halogenated Biocides in Soils, Sludges, and Other Matrices Using Na/NH 3 Charles U.

Pittman Jr., Chap DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): Octo Wet air oxidation (WAO) refers to a process of oxidizing wastewaters, the water containing liquid wastes under pressure with air or oxygen and at high temperature (>°C).

It is a good option for treating the high-organic content PWWs which can originate from fine Cited by: 4. Resources and Conservation, 14 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands DETOXIFICATION AND ENERGY RECOVERY BY WET AIR OXIDATION OF WASTE STREAMSl,nkel2 lEindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, (The Netherlands) 2Dutch Ministry of V.R.O.M., Leidschendam, (The Cited by: 1.

The facility was operated with tritium for its research and development program from torunning a prototype fusion fuel processing loop with ∼ g of tritium as well as small experiments.

There have been several operating experience reports written on. Stabilisation was accompanied by a detoxification of seepage water compared to the control soil as shown by Duckweed growth inhibition.

Contrasting the ferric additives, phosphatic amendments effectively stabilised lead but mobilised copper and antimony possibly due to a Cited by:   Wet air oxidation of nitro-aromatic compounds: Reactivity on single- and multi-component systems and surface chemistry studies with a carbon xerogel.

Applied Catalysis B: Environmental84 (), DOI: /Cited by:   1. WET AIR OXIDATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE Professor I. Mishra Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Roorkee 1. Wet Air Oxidation Wet oxidation is a hydrothermal treatment of aqueous solutions of biologically recalcitrant and hazardous chemicals/wastes.

Several process industries discharge wastewater with enormous amount of toxic phenolic compounds. Wet oxidation (WO) is considered among the potential cleaner treatment methods for such waste streams. The present study demonstrates the effectiveness of two homogeneous copper salts (nitrate and sulfate) as catalysts during batch WO process conducted under mild temperature and Cited by: 7.

Biochar modified with different iron materials was prepared for arsenic (As) immobilization in contaminated soils. Soil incubation experiments were carried to investigate the effects of biochar modified with Fe-oxyhydroxy sulfate (Biochar-FeOS), FeCl3 (Biochar-FeCl3).

Photocatalysis and catalytic wet air oxidation: Degradation and toxicity of bisphenol A containing wastewaters Article in Environmental Technology April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Oxidation and reduction processes involve the oxygen exchanges that take place between water and inorganic materials.

Healthy soils rely on water, oxygen, air and a balanced supply of nutrients. Chemical reactions within the soil can alter the physical structure of available nutrients.Cadmium Bioavailability, Uptake, Toxicity and Detoxification in Soil-Plant System () Chemical analysis of soil samples from the Salinis Valley, California for cadmium, zinc, and phosphate.

Shahid M., Dumat C., Khalid S., Niazi N.K., Antunes P.M.C. () Cadmium Bioavailability, Uptake, Toxicity and Detoxification in Soil-Plant Cited by: