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pH induced polychromatic UV treatment for the removal of a mixture of SMX, OTC and CIP from water.
Water and wastewater effluents contain a vast range of chemicals in mixtures that have different chemical structures and characteristics. This study presents a treatment technology for the removal ofExpand
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Inactivation of E. coli, B. subtilis spores, and MS2, T4, and T7 phage using UV/H2O2 advanced oxidation.
The goal of this study was to evaluate the potential of an advanced oxidation process (AOP) for microbiocidal and virucidal inactivation. The viruses chosen for this study were bacteriophage MS2, T4,Expand
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Sorption of Sulfonamides and Tetracyclines to Montmorillonite Clay
The current study investigated the sorption of sulfadimethoxine (SMT), sulfamethoxazole (SMX), tetracycline (TET), and oxytetracycline (OTC) to Na-rich montmorillonite clay in synthetic effluent (SE)Expand
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Treating wastewater from a pharmaceutical formulation facility by biological process and ozone.
Wastewater from a pharmaceutical formulation facility (TevaKS, Israel) was treated with a biological activated-sludge system followed by ozonation. The goal was to reduce the concentrations of theExpand
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Removal of pharmaceuticals using combination of UV/H(2)O(2)/O(3) advanced oxidation process.
Water and wastewater effluents contain a vast range of pharmaceutical chemicals. The present study aims to determine the potential of the advanced oxidation technology UV/H(2)O(2)/O(3) and itsExpand
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Comparative Inactivation of Bacillus Subtilis Spores and MS-2 Coliphage in a UV Reactor: Implications for Validation
Biodosimetry is the currently accepted method for validation of fluence delivery in ultraviolet (UV) reactors for water disinfection. This method utilizes the inactivation of a surrogateExpand
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Silver nanoparticle-E. coli colloidal interaction in water and effect on E. coli survival.
Silver nanoparticles exhibit antibacterial properties via bacterial inactivation and growth inhibition. The mechanism is not yet completely understood. This work was aimed at elucidating the effectExpand
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Production of photo-oxidants by dissolved organic matter during UV water treatment.
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) irradiated by sunlight generates photo-oxidants that can accelerate organic contaminant degradation in surface waters. However, the significance of this process toExpand
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Biofouling control in water by various UVC wavelengths and doses
UV light irradiation is being increasingly applied as a primary process for water disinfection, effectively used for inactivation of suspended (planktonic) cells. In this study, the use of UVExpand
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Determination of oxidant exposure during ozonation of secondary effluent to predict contaminant removal.
The use of kinetic models to predict oxidation performance in wastewater is limited due to fast ozone depletion during the first milliseconds of the reaction. This paper introduces the Quench FlowExpand
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