Degradation of organophosphorus compounds adsorbed in carbon sorbent pores View Full Text


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2012-02

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M. V. Tsodikov, M. A. Perederii, A. V. Chistyakov, G. I. Konstantinov, B. I. Martynov

ABSTRACT

A study has been performed on the development of an effective process for exhaustive decomposition of organophosphorus compounds (OPC) via their adsorption in carbon sorbent (CS) pores followed by microwave-induced destruction. It has been found that OPC adsorbed in CS pores with an optimal combination of pore structure and the composition of mineral inclusions undergo fast degradation in the space of sorbent pores during microwave treatment and the mineral components of CSs exhibit a catalytic activity, accelerating the degradation process. It has been shown that the designed process for the effective decomposition of OPC is a fundamentally new approach ensuring the exhaustive detoxification of compounds that pose environmental problems. More... »

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37-44

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