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Nanotechnology for Environmental Remediation.pdf

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The book examines the suitability of nanoscale zero-valent iron (ZVI) for degradation of agrochemicals for the purpose of developing a cost-effective treatment technology. It identifies by-products produced from the ZVI-mediated degradation process of particular contaminants, and clarifies the reaction mechanism by which ZVI degrades a chosen contaminant. It also assesses how the ZVI-based technology may be applied in complex, natural systems, the limitations to implementation, and possible avenues for further research which might improve the viability of the process.

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Preface.- Introduction.- Literature review.- Nanoscale ZVI Particles Manufacture and Analytical Techniques.- Oxidative degradation of the thiocarbamate herbicide, molinate, using nanoscale ZVI.- Quantification of the oxidizing capacity of nanoparticulate zero-valent iron and assessment of possible environmental applications.- Conclusions and Future Research Needs.- References.


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