Chelate-modified and membrane-immobilized Fenton reactions for remediation

S. Lewis, A. Montague, V. Smuleac, Sylvia Daunert, Leonidas G Bachas, D. Bhattacharyya

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Abstract

A model was developed to predict the degradation of trichloroethylene (TCE) in both the aqueous and non-aqueous phases using droplet mass transfer correlations and Fenton reaction kinetics. In addition to using this chelate in the solution phase for enhanced contaminant degradation, it can be incorporated either into a polymer matrix. In-situ polymerization of polyacrylic acid inside the pores of a polyvinylidene fluoride membrane for Fe(II) capture was performed. By convectively passing hydrogen peroxide through the membrane, hydroxyl radicals were generated, which can be used for contaminant degradation. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering (Montreal, Quebec, Canada 8/23-27/2009).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering
StatePublished - Dec 1 2009
Externally publishedYes
Event8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering - Montreal, QC, Canada
Duration: Aug 23 2009Aug 27 2009

Other

Other8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering
CountryCanada
CityMontreal, QC
Period8/23/098/27/09

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carbopol 940
Remediation
Chemical Engineering
Membranes
Trichloroethylene
Degradation
Quebec
Polymerization
Hydroxyl Radical
Impurities
Hydrogen Peroxide
Canada
Polymers
Chemical engineering
Polymer matrix
Hydrogen peroxide
Reaction kinetics
Mass transfer
Acids
polyvinylidene fluoride

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical Health and Safety
  • Process Chemistry and Technology
  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment

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Lewis, S., Montague, A., Smuleac, V., Daunert, S., Bachas, L. G., & Bhattacharyya, D. (2009). Chelate-modified and membrane-immobilized Fenton reactions for remediation. In 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering

Chelate-modified and membrane-immobilized Fenton reactions for remediation. / Lewis, S.; Montague, A.; Smuleac, V.; Daunert, Sylvia; Bachas, Leonidas G; Bhattacharyya, D.

8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering. 2009.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Lewis, S, Montague, A, Smuleac, V, Daunert, S, Bachas, LG & Bhattacharyya, D 2009, Chelate-modified and membrane-immobilized Fenton reactions for remediation. in 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering. 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering, Montreal, QC, Canada, 8/23/09.
Lewis S, Montague A, Smuleac V, Daunert S, Bachas LG, Bhattacharyya D. Chelate-modified and membrane-immobilized Fenton reactions for remediation. In 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering. 2009
Lewis, S. ; Montague, A. ; Smuleac, V. ; Daunert, Sylvia ; Bachas, Leonidas G ; Bhattacharyya, D. / Chelate-modified and membrane-immobilized Fenton reactions for remediation. 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering: Incorporating the 59th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and the 24th Interamerican Congress of Chemical Engineering. 2009.
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