publication . Article . 2013

Elimination of Phenol and Color from Pulping Black Liquor Using Electrocoagulation Process

Nahid Rastegarfar; Rabi Behrouz; Nader Bahramifar;
Open Access Persian
  • Published: 01 Aug 2013 Journal: آب و فاضلاب (issn: 1024-5936, eissn: 2383-0905, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Water and Wastewater Consulting Engineers Research Development
Abstract
There are many non-wood lignocelluloses resources such as wheat, rice straw and other agriculture by- products with appropriate feature for pulp production in Iran. The most major deterrent to their use is presence of pulping black liquor that due to lignin of lignocelluloses solution contains significant amounts of color and phenol compounds. The aim of this paper was investigation of the ability to remove phenol and color as the most important organic pollutants from back liquor of agri-based pulping process using electrocoagulation method. In the electrocoagulation process aluminium electrode was used and cell potential and current intensity were adjusted on ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Black Liquor, Electrocoagulation, Aluminum Electrode, phenol, Color, Technology, T, Water supply for domestic and industrial purposes, TD201-500, Sewage collection and disposal systems. Sewerage, TD511-780
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