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Remediation of Pentachlorophenol-Contaminated Soil by Non-specific Abiotic Reactions Using Heme and Hemoglobin

Authors: Guyoung Kang, David K. Stevens, Namhyun Chung,

Publish Date: 2015/10/01
Volume: 226, Issue:11, Pages: 358-
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To treat PCP-contaminated soil, abiotic methods for PCP degradation have been developed, where heme or powder hemoglobin acts as a catalyst and hydrogen peroxide as an oxidant. Degradation of PCP had the first-order kinetics, and rate coefficients, k, were 0.073 and 0.104/day for heme and hemoglobin, respectively, indicating that the hemoglobin was a more efficient catalyst than heme. Approximately 96 % of the initial PCP was degraded at day 35. Thus, hemoglobin might be recommended as the catalyst of choice, since it is much less expensive than heme.



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  1. Remediation of Pentachlorophenol-Contaminated Soil by Non-specific Abiotic Reactions Using Heme and Hemoglobin
  2. Treatment of Total Dissolved Solids from Plastic Industrial Effluent by Halophytic Plants
  3. Effects of Soil Amelioration and Tree Planting on Restoration of an Air-Pollution Damaged Forest in South Korea
  4. Impact of Floods and Their Frequency on Content and Distribution of Risk Elements in Alluvial Soils
  5. Biochemical Responses of Ten Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Isolates to Manganese
  6. Numerical Modelling of Waste Stabilization Ponds: Where Do We Stand?
  7. Removal of Boron from Aqueous Solution by 2
  8. Chitosan-Immobilized Pumice for the Removal of As(V) from Waters
  9. Effect of Manure Treatment on Ammonia and Greenhouse Gases Emissions Following Surface Application
  10. A Case Study of Landfill Workers Exposure and Dose to Particulate Matter-Bound Metals
  11. Nutrient Input Through Occult and Wet Deposition into a Subtropical Montane Cloud Forest
  12. Sorption and Desorption Processes of Selenium (VI) Using Non-Living Biomasses of Aquatic Weeds in Horizontal Flow
  13. Emissions from Ethers and Organic Carbonate Fuel Additives: A Review
  14. Biological Degradation of Common Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Soils with High Water Content
  15. Reductive Immobilization of Rhenium in Soil and Groundwater Using Pyrite Nanoparticles
  16. Water Quality
  17. The Influence of Different Pavement Surfaces on Atmospheric Copper
  18. Performance Evaluation of a Methane Biofilter Under Steady State
  19. Microbial Remediation of Polyfilm Manufacturing Industrial Effluent
  20. Levels and Bioaccessibilities of Metals in Dusts from an Arid Environment
  21. Monitoring of Atmospheric Mercury at a Global Atmospheric Watch (GAW) Site on An-Myun Island
  22. Water Cover Technology for Reactive Tailings Management: A Case Study of Field Measurement and Model Predictions
  23. Sorption of a Cationic Surfactant Benzyldimethyldodecyl Ammonium Chloride onto a Natural Zeolite
  24. Seasonal Variations of Ten Metals in Highway Runoff and their Partition between Dissolved and Particulate Matter

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