Hydrodynamic cavitation: an advanced oxidation process for the degradation of bio-refractory pollutants

  title={Hydrodynamic cavitation: an advanced oxidation process for the degradation of bio-refractory pollutants},
  author={Sunil Rajoriya and Jitendra Carpenter and Virendra Kumar Saharan and Aniruddha Bhalchandra Pandit},
  journal={Reviews in Chemical Engineering},
  pages={379 - 411}
Abstract In recent years, water pollution has become a major problem for the environment and human health due to the industrial effluents discharged into the water bodies. Day by day, new molecules such as pesticides, dyes, and pharmaceutical drugs are being detected in the water bodies, which are bio-refractory to microorganisms. In the last two decades, scientists have tried different advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) such as Fenton, photocatalytic, hydrodynamic, acoustic cavitation… 

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