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Degradation of crystal violet (CV) from aqueous solutions using ozone, peroxone, electroperoxone, and electrolysis processes: a comparison study
Applied Water Science
In this study, the degradation of crystal violet (CV) was investigated by different oxidation processes; ozone (OZ), peroxone (PO), electrolysis (E), electrolysis/H 2 O 2 (ECP), electroperoxone (EPO), and electrolysis/peroxene/H 2 O 2 (EPOP). Main parameters including contact time, pH, CV concentration, and effect of scavengers were studied. The results showed that all processes were capable of CV decolorization. Among these processes, peroxone and electrolysis/peroxene/H 2 O 2 with efficiencydoi:10.1007/s13201-020-01252-w fatcat:f5a63pixnzc2rbkhlcn2vxp27q