Indirect Determination of Hydroxyl Radicals in Fine Particle Mist Generated from an Odor Control Technology via HPLC
Abbreviated Journal Title
Ozone; Odor Control; Hydrogen Sulfide; Hydroxyl Radical; Benzene; Oxidation; WATER-TREATMENT; NATURAL-WATERS; FOG DROPLETS; PHENOL; PHOTOPRODUCTION; KINETICS; BENZENE; SYSTEM; RATES; Engineering, Environmental; Environmental Sciences
Size distribution analysis of microsized water particle mist generated from an odor control technology showed the majority of particles to be in the low micron range. The indirect detection and determination of hydroxyl radicals generated by their reaction with benzene to produce phenol was performed through UV-Vis spectrophotometry (UV-Vis) and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). These techniques gave verification of the presence of hydroxyl radical species in the water samples collected via this odor control technology. This technology is currently being utilized at various wastewater treatment plants.
Ozone-Science & Engineering
"Indirect Determination of Hydroxyl Radicals in Fine Particle Mist Generated from an Odor Control Technology via HPLC" (2013). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 4511.