Catalytic oxidation of aqueous -chlorophenol and -nitrophenol solutions

@inproceedings{Pintar1994CatalyticOO,
  title={Catalytic oxidation of aqueous -chlorophenol and -nitrophenol solutions},
  author={Albin Pintar and Janez Levec},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract Catalytic liquid-phase oxidation of aqueous solutions of substituted phenols ( p -chlorophenol and p -nitrophenol) was studied in a differential, liquid-full operated fixed bed reactor. Experiments were performed in a wide concentration range of both reactants, i.e. dissolved model pollutant and oxygen, at reaction temperatures between 150 and 190°C and total pressure of 30 bar. A proprietary catalyst containing supported copper, zinc and cobalt oxides was found to be effective for… CONTINUE READING

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