Original paper

Dimethyl phthalate elimination from micro-polluted source water by surface discharge plasma: Performance, active species roles and mechanisms

Volume: 357, Pages: 279 - 288
Published: Sep 1, 2018
Abstract
Plasticizer pollution brought huge risks to ecological environment and human health. Surface discharge plasma (SDP) was employed to eliminate plasticizer in natural water, with dimethyl phthalate (DMP) as a typical plasticizer. Experimental results showed that DMP degradation efficiency reached 82.8% within 60 min's SDP treatment, and the elimination process fitted well the first-order kinetic model. Low initial DMP concentration, alkaline...
Paper Details
Title
Dimethyl phthalate elimination from micro-polluted source water by surface discharge plasma: Performance, active species roles and mechanisms
Published Date
Sep 1, 2018
Volume
357
Pages
279 - 288
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