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Electrochemical Oxidation of Landfill Leachate: Investigation of Operational Parameters and Kinetics Using Graphite-PVC Composite Electrode as Anode
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society
The preparation of a new carbon composite electrode constructed from graphite-polyvinyl chloride (graphite-PVC) compressed mixtures was used for the first time to treat landfill leachate in Malaysia under electrochemical oxidation. The electrochemical oxidation of landfill leachate was studied on graphite-PVC and Pt electrodes as anode and cathode, respectively, with the presence of NaCl electrolyte in a batch electrochemical reactor. The highest chemical oxygen demand (COD) and color removalsdoi:10.5935/0103-5053.20150055 fatcat:2gffyyots5ai3pn7xe72b222vy