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Photocatalytic degradation study of diclofenac over aqueous TiO2 suspensions
The fate of organic nitrogen in photocatalysis: an overview
Photocatalytic processes taking place on TiO2 have been widely employed and investigated. However, nitrogen-containing substances have not received the same attention as other substrates.…
The photocatalytic process as a tool to identify metabolitic products formed from dopant substances: the case of buspirone.
Characterization of intermediate compounds formed upon photoinduced degradation of quinolones by high-performance liquid chromatography/high-resolution multiple-stage mass spectrometry.
- P. Calza, C. Medana, F. Carbone, V. Giancotti, C. Baiocchi
- ChemistryRapid communications in mass spectrometry : RCM
- 30 May 2008
Toxicity assays using Vibrio fischeri prove that neither ciprofloxacin nor its intermediates exhibit acute toxicity; a correlation exists between the evolution of the intermediate compounds and the toxicity connected to them.
Solar driven production of toxic halogenated and nitroaromatic compounds in natural seawater.
Phenol chlorination and photochlorination in the presence of chloride ions in homogeneous aqueous solution.
- D. Vione, V. Maurino, C. Minero, P. Calza, E. Pelizzetti
- ChemistryEnvironmental science & technology
- 1 July 2005
The described chlorination and photochlorination processes can take place in acidic aerosols of marine origin, naturally rich in chloride and Fe(III).
Photocatalytic transformation of organic compounds in the presence of inorganic ions
Abstract The influence of halide ions on the photocatalytic process on titanium dioxide has been investigated carefully. Chloride and bromide ions, acting as hole scavengers, generate active radical…
Heterogeneous photocatalytic degradation of the pharmaceutical agent salbutamol in aqueous titanium dioxide suspensions
Chemometric assessment and investigation of mechanism involved in photo-Fenton and TiO2 photocatalytic degradation of the artificial sweetener sucralose in aqueous media