Technologies for the removal of phenol from fluid streams: a short review of recent developments.

@article{Busca2008TechnologiesFT,
  title={Technologies for the removal of phenol from fluid streams: a short review of recent developments.},
  author={Guido Busca and Silvia Berardinelli and Carlo Resini and Laura Arrighi},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2008},
  volume={160 2-3},
  pages={
          265-88
        }
}
The available technologies for the abatement of phenol from water and gaseous streams are briefly reviewed, and the recent advancements summarized. Separation technologies such as distillation, liquid-liquid extraction with different solvents, adsorption over activated carbons and polymeric and inorganic adsorbents, membrane pervaporation and membrane-solvent extraction, have been discussed. Destruction technologies such as non-catalytic, supercritical and catalytic wet air oxidation, ozonation… CONTINUE READING
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