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|Title||Electrochemical degradation of acid green dye in aqueous wastewater dyestuff solutions using a lead oxide coated titanium electrode|
A modified electrode, which can be used as an anode for electrocatalytic oxidation processes of dyestuff in aqueous solutions, was fabricated by the electrodeposition of a lead oxide layer on a titanium substrate. The modified electrode was used for the electrochemical degradation of an acid green dye. The results of the electrocatalytic oxidation process of the dyestuff solutions were expressed in terms of the remaining dye concentration and chemical oxygen demand (COD) values. The different operating conditions of the treatment process were studied. The optimum operating conditions for the dye and modified electrode were determined, where good results for complete removal of the dye and COD were achieved. The optimum conditions were applied to the treatment of a sulfur black dye in true wastewater solutions.
|Published in||Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society|
|Series||Volume: 2, Number: 3|
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