Electron beam irradiation of aqueous solution of persulfate ions
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The radiolysis of persulfate (S2O8 2-) aqueous solution was studied for the enhancement of electron beam process applied to water treatment. It was shown that the persulfate ion reacts with aqueous electron and produces additional radical species in aqueous solution. The oxidative radical species formed (sulfate radical SO4 -•) is a very strong oxidant able to react with various recalcitrant pollutants. A model of the evolution of persulfate concentration in solution was performed. It was shown that the presence of persulfate induces a decrease of pH and also an increase of dissolved oxygen concentration in solution during irradiation. Moreover the interest of persulfate addition for the improvement of an organic compound degradation by radiolysis was shown.
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