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Treatment of dyehouse effluents with a carbon-based adsorbent using anodic oxidation regeneration. / Brown, N. W.; Roberts, E. P L; Garforth, Arthur A.; Dryfe, Rob A W.

In: Water Science and Technology, Vol. 49, No. 4, 2004, p. 219-225.

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Brown, NW, Roberts, EPL, Garforth, AA & Dryfe, RAW 2004, 'Treatment of dyehouse effluents with a carbon-based adsorbent using anodic oxidation regeneration', Water Science and Technology, vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 219-225.

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Brown, N. W. ; Roberts, E. P L ; Garforth, Arthur A. ; Dryfe, Rob A W. / Treatment of dyehouse effluents with a carbon-based adsorbent using anodic oxidation regeneration. In: Water Science and Technology. 2004 ; Vol. 49, No. 4. pp. 219-225.

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abstract = "Adsorption is an attractive route for the removal of coloured, toxic and non-biodegradable organics from wastewater as very low discharge standards can be achieved. This paper reports on the use of a novel carbon-based material, Nyex100, as an adsorbent material for the treatment of dyehouse effluent. The adsorbent has low porosity and high electrical conductivity and these factors have allowed the adsorbent to be electrochemically regenerated. This work has demonstrated that the adsorbent can be cycled through the process of adsorption and regeneration a number of times with little drop in adsorptive capacity. However regeneration appears to modify the preference for organic species adsorption. Electrochemical regeneration can be rapidly achieved (15-20 minutes) using low current densities (",
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AU - Brown, N. W.

AU - Roberts, E. P L

AU - Garforth, Arthur A.

AU - Dryfe, Rob A W

N1 - Times Cited: 2 3rd International Conference on Oxidation Technologies for Water and Wastewater Treatment May 18-22, 2003 Goslar, germany

PY - 2004

Y1 - 2004

N2 - Adsorption is an attractive route for the removal of coloured, toxic and non-biodegradable organics from wastewater as very low discharge standards can be achieved. This paper reports on the use of a novel carbon-based material, Nyex100, as an adsorbent material for the treatment of dyehouse effluent. The adsorbent has low porosity and high electrical conductivity and these factors have allowed the adsorbent to be electrochemically regenerated. This work has demonstrated that the adsorbent can be cycled through the process of adsorption and regeneration a number of times with little drop in adsorptive capacity. However regeneration appears to modify the preference for organic species adsorption. Electrochemical regeneration can be rapidly achieved (15-20 minutes) using low current densities (

AB - Adsorption is an attractive route for the removal of coloured, toxic and non-biodegradable organics from wastewater as very low discharge standards can be achieved. This paper reports on the use of a novel carbon-based material, Nyex100, as an adsorbent material for the treatment of dyehouse effluent. The adsorbent has low porosity and high electrical conductivity and these factors have allowed the adsorbent to be electrochemically regenerated. This work has demonstrated that the adsorbent can be cycled through the process of adsorption and regeneration a number of times with little drop in adsorptive capacity. However regeneration appears to modify the preference for organic species adsorption. Electrochemical regeneration can be rapidly achieved (15-20 minutes) using low current densities (

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KW - Carbon

KW - Dyehouse effluent

KW - Electrochemical regeneration

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VL - 49

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EP - 225

JO - Water Science and Technology

JF - Water Science and Technology

SN - 0273-1223

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