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    Title: 以活性碳處理含雙氧水廢水反應行為之研究
    Other Titles: Study on Reaction Behaviors of Hydrogen Peroxide in Wastewater Treated by Activated Carbon
    Authors: 陳建達
    Chen, Chien-Ta
    advisor: 李崑池
    Kuen-Chyr Lee
    Keywords: pH值;反應機制;硫酸;活性碳;雙氧水
    Reaction Mechnism;Activated Carbon;Sulfuric Acid;Hydrogen Peroxide;PH Values
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2020-03-24 12:02:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究主要進行以活性碳處理含雙氧水廢水反應行為之研究,探討批次硫酸/雙氧水/活性碳系統中硫酸濃度及溶液pH值對雙氧水分解反應行為的影響;並配合系統中雙氧水的消失速率、硫酸濃度、雙氧水於水溶液的成分分布以更完整探討並確認系統反應機制。結果發現雙氧水/硫酸/活性碳批式系統中雙氧水消失速率隨系統硫酸重量百分比濃度增加而增加;此發現與過去學者認同之機制,即雙氧水/活性碳系統中雙氧水消失速率隨系統溶液pH值增加而增加之現象不同。
    Treatment of wastewater including H2O2 in wastewater from wet clean process by activated carbon in IC industry will be carried out in this study. The research will be studied under various solution pH values and various concentrations of sulfuric acid for the development of the reaction mechnism. The experimental results shows the decomposition rate of H2O2 treated by activated carbon will be increased with the increase of the concentration of sulfuric acid. The reaction path of H2O2 decomposition in sulfuric acid might be different from that in the past
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