Electrocatalytic destruction of the antibiotic tetracycline in aqueous medium by electrochemical advanced oxidation processes: Effect of electrode materials

@inproceedings{Oturan2013ElectrocatalyticDO,
  title={Electrocatalytic destruction of the antibiotic tetracycline in aqueous medium by electrochemical advanced oxidation processes: Effect of electrode materials},
  author={Nihal Oturan and J. X. Wu and Hui Zhang and Virender K. Sharma and Mehmet A Oturan},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract This paper presents the removal of the antibiotic tetracycline (TeC) from water using electrochemical advanced oxidation processes (EAOPs); namely electrochemical oxidation (EO) and electro-Fenton (EF). The effect of different cathode materials (carbon-felt and stainless steel) on the direct/indirect electro-oxidation of tetracycline, and that of different anode materials (Ti/RuO2–IrO2, Pt and BDD) on both processes was systematically investigated for the first time. The EO process was… CONTINUE READING

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