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PEROXONE ( OZONE / HYDROGEN PEROXIDE )

@inproceedings{Ozonehydrogen1999PEROXONEO,
  title={PEROXONE ( OZONE / HYDROGEN PEROXIDE )},
  author={Peroxone Ozonehydrogen},
  year={1999}
}
Advanced oxidation processes generate highly reactive hydroxyl free radicals to oxidize various compounds in the water. As discussed in Chapter 3, hydroxyl radicals are produced during the spontaneous decomposition of ozone. By accelerating the ozone decomposition rate, the hydroxyl radical concentration is elevated, which increases the oxidation rate. This procedure increases the contribution of indirect oxidation over direct ozone oxidation as discussed in Chapter 3. 
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