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With p-nitrophenol as the target contaminant, the influence of various factors: aeration rate, electrolyte concentration, and initial pH to chemical oxygen demand (COD) and p-nitrophenol (PNP) removal efficiency of the wastewater containing nitro phenol were studied in experiments with the homemade biofilm electrodes reactor. Research shows that with the increasing of aeration rate, electrolyte concentration, or initial pH, COD and PNP removal efficiency of the wastewater showed a decreasingdoi:10.7763/ijet.2017.v9.996 fatcat:g2mijgny55ddxixw4xk6hcw734