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Molecules, Vol. 26, Pages 5640: Galvano-Fenton Engineering Solution with Spontaneous Catalyst`s Generation from Waste: Experimental Efficiency, Parametric Analysis and Modeling Interpretation Applied to a Clean Technology for Dyes Degradation in Water (Molecules)
 


In this paper, the degradation of the diazo dye naphthol blue black (NBB) using the Galvano-Fenton process is studied experimentally and numerically. The simulations are carried out based on the anodic, cathodic, and 34 elementary reactions evolving in the electrolyte, in addition to the oxidative attack of NBB by HO• at a constant rate of 3.35×107 mol`1·m3·s`1 during the initiation stage of the chain reactions. The selection of the operating conditions including the pH of the electrolyte, the stirring speed, and the electrodes disposition is performed by assessing the kinetics of NBB degradation; these parameters are set to 3, 350 rpm and a parallel disposition with a 3 cm inter-electrode distance, respectively. The kinetics of Fe(III) in the electrolyte were monitored using the principles of Fricke dosimetry and simulated numerically. The model showed more than a 96% correlation with the experimental results in both the blank test and the presence of the dye. The effects of H2O2 and NBB concentrations on the degradation of the dye were examined jointly with the evolution of the simulated H2O2, Fe2+, and HO• concentrations in the electrolyte. The model demonstrated a good correlation with the experimental results in terms of the initial degradation rates, with correlation coefficients exceeding 98%.


 
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