Electrochemical Dehalogenation of Organic Pollutants

@inproceedings{Peters2017ElectrochemicalDO,
  title={Electrochemical Dehalogenation of Organic Pollutants},
  author={Dennis G Peters and Caitlyn M. McGuire and Erick M. Pasciak and Angela A. Peverly and Lauren M. Strawsine and Elizabeth Renee Wagoner and Justin T. Barnes},
  year={2017}
}
This review summarizes our own research, published since 2004, dealing with electrochemical reduction of halogenated organic compounds that are environmental pollutants. Included are sections surveying the direct and mediated reduction of the following species: (a) chlorofluorocarbons; (b) pesticides, fungicides, and bactericides; (c) flame retardants; and (d) disinfection by-products arising from the chlorination of water. To provide the reader with a perspective of these topics beyond our own… CONTINUE READING

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