Degradation of perchlorate in water using aqueous multivalent titanium: effect of titanium type, ionic strength, and metal and solid catalysts.

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In this study, chemical degradation of perchlorate was investigated using partially oxidized titanium ions (Ti(II) and Ti(III)). Results of UV spectra showed that the patterns of absorbance at all ratios of F/Ti(0) were similar each other, except the lowest F/Ti(0) of 0.5 (25 mM F(-)) where mixture of Ti(II) and Ti(III) might be present, resulted in shift… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2012.04.065

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@article{Park2012DegradationOP, title={Degradation of perchlorate in water using aqueous multivalent titanium: effect of titanium type, ionic strength, and metal and solid catalysts.}, author={Sung Hyuk Park and Bill Batchelor and Chunwoo Lee and Dong Suk Han and Ahmed M. Abdel-Wahab}, journal={Journal of colloid and interface science}, year={2012}, volume={380 1}, pages={128-33} }