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A Study of Electrocoagulation for Treatment of Wastewater from Oil Change Applying of Iron Electrodes
International Journal of ChemTech Research
The liquid organic oil manufacturing content a high quantity of organic matter. Electrolytic degradation of organic matter in wastewater was conducted by electrocoagulation(EC) reagents. This process using irons electrodes were carried out in a batch electrolytic reactor. During the electrochemical process, hydroxide of iron was in situ generated by oxidation of iron from anodes and cathodic reduction of water. Effects of operating conditions such as current density, initial pHi, intensity ofdoi:10.20902/ijctr.2019.120324 fatcat:iu6sxdkfprf3doijlm2ymbyaom