Announcement for Downloading full text filePlease respect the Copyright Act.
All digital full text dissertation and theses from this website are authorized the copyright owners. These copyrighted full-text dissertation and theses can be only used for academic, research and non-commercial purposes. Users of this website can search, read, and print for personal usage. In respect of the Copyright Act of the Republic of China, please do not reproduce, distribute, change, or edit the content of these dissertations and theses without any permission. Please do not create any work based upon a pre-existing work by reproduction, Adaptation, Distribution or other means.
URN etd-0822106-145612 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3142 times. Download 1869 times. Author Chia-Chun Chung Author's Email Address No Public. Department Chemical Engineering Year 2005 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 90 Title Dye Decomposition Kinetics by UV/H2O2 Keyword kinetics dye UV hydrogen peroxide hydrogen peroxide UV dye kinetics Abstract The wastewater from textile industries containing non-biodegradable and toxic organic compounds is one important sources of environmental contamination. Many researches show that advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) can treat organic contaminants by generating hydroxyl radical possessing mighty oxidation ability to decompose the contaminants non-selectively. In order to design an AOP, the reaction kinetic model for the specific pollutant is necessary information. This study aims at investigating the decomposition of acid azo dye by UV/H2O2 process under varying experimental conditions such as agitation speed, hydrogen peroxide concentration, dye concentration, reaction temperature, initial pH, and UV irradiation power. The results show that the dye decomposition rate increases with increasing agitation speed up to 300 rpm and remains constant beyond 300 rpm; the reaction rate increases with increasing initial hydrogen peroxide concentration, initial dye concentration, or temperature to a certain point and then decreases with further increase in the above factors; the reaction rate remains almost constant at lower pH and then decreases with increasing pH; the reaction rate almost linearly increases with increasing UV irradiation power. An empirical rate equation has been developed and used to fit the experimental data successfully. Advisor Committee Jia-Ming Chern - advisor
Hsi-Jen Chen - co-chair
Tai-Shang Chen - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2006-07-26 Date of Submission 2006-08-22