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An electrochemical technique was tested in a laboratory scale to treat heavy metals (Cu2+, Cr6+ and Ni2+) from plating industrial effluent. The experiments were performed in a membrane reactor having a capacity of 1 l. Stainless-steel sheets with surface area of 0.011 m2 and titanium coated with ruthenium oxide were used as cathode and anode, respectively.(More)
Recovery of copper from a synthetic solution with an initial copper concentration 1 g/l, pH 1 was investigated in a Pulsed Porous Percolated Electrode reactor (3PE). This reactor was constructed in the axial field configuration with 0.2 m diameter and 0.35 m height. Graphite particles were used as a voluminal cathode and a counter electrode made of titanium(More)
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