Data for: Steel wool and carbonyl iron powder activation of persulphate for the degradation of pollutants

Published: 4 Jul 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/6sfykyjbnt.1
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The experimental data are grouped into tabs in the uploaded Excel file.Tabs 1-4 are the UV 478 nm absorption data for orange G degradation by various concentrations of persulphate activated by various forms of iron material. Tab 5 (PS-addition-mode) shows UV 478 absorption data for the various modes of adding persulphate. Tab 6 (SA) shows HPLC data for salicylic acid degradation by persulphate activated by steel wool. Tab 7 (1NA) and Tab 8 (Ph) contain HPLC data for 1-naphthylamine and phenol, respectively, degradation by persulphate activated by steel wool. Table 9 (TC-Ph-1NA) contain total carbon content analysis for phenol and 1-naphthylamine degradation. Tab 10 (PS-leftover-TC-reduction) contain estimations of residual persulphates after degradation experiments for phenol, 1-naphthylamine, and salicylic acids. The total carbon content analysis for salicylic acid degradation is also presented in this tab.

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This data is associated with the following peer reviewed publication:

Steel wool and carbonyl iron powder activation of persulphate for the degradation of pollutants

Published in: Journal of Water Process Engineering

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  • Version 1

    2018-07-04

    Published: 2018-07-04

    DOI: 10.17632/6sfykyjbnt.1

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    Ike, Ikechukwu; Duke, Mikel; Orbell, John (2018), “Data for: Steel wool and carbonyl iron powder activation of persulphate for the degradation of pollutants ”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/6sfykyjbnt.1

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Chemistry, Degradation, Wastewater, Contamination

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