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Designing an Electrochemical System for Efficient Removal of Chromium from Leachate by Electrocoagulation Using a Solar Panel as the Power Supply
International Journal of Electrochemical Science
Here, we report the removal of chromium from landfill leachate by electrocoagulation (EC) using iron and aluminum electrodes and a solar panel as the electrical energy source. Two rectangular plates of aluminum and iron were used as cathode and anode, respectively. Different kinds of operational parameters such as contact time, pH, inter-electrode distance and current density were investigated and optimized to obtain the best process function. Based on the findings, the removal efficiency ofdoi:10.20964/2019.07.57 fatcat:p2qpjdlmrjfdvb2mlmyszrnl3i