Ozone depletion, chemistry, and impacts / Sem H. Bakker, editor.

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Other Authors: Bakker, Sem H.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publishers, [2009]
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Table of Contents:
  • OZONE DEPLETION, CHEMISTRYAND IMPACTS; OZONE DEPLETION, CHEMISTRYAND IMPACTS; CONTENTS; PREFACE; OZONE PRECURSOR MONITORING-NEWPROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Conventional Gas Chromatography Techniques; 3. Fast Response Monitoring Techniques; 3.1. Online GC in a Trigger Mode; 3.2. PTR (Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry) -MS; 3.3. FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy); 3.4. Fast MICROGC; 4. IR (Infrared) Imaging; 4.1. IR Cameras; 4.2. Infrared Tunable Laser Spectroscopy; 5. Two-Dimensional (2d) GC; 5.1. Orthogonal Theory of Two Dimensional GC; 5.2. Modulation.
  • 5.3. VOC Measurement Using 2D GC5.4. Remaining Issues for VOC Measurement Using 2D GC; 6. Conclusion; References:; OZONE DECOMPOSITION BY CATALYSTS AND ITSAPPLICATION IN WATER TREATMENT:AN OVERVIEW; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Ozone; 3. Advanced Oxidation Processes Based on Ozone; 3.1. Ozonation in Alkaline Medium; 3.2. Ozonation in the Presence of Hydrogen Peroxide; 3.3. Ozonation in the Presence of UV Radiation; 4. Catalytic Ozonation; 4.1. Homogeneous Catalytic Ozonation; 4.2. Heterogeneous Catalytic Ozonation; 4.2.1. Supported Metals; 4.2.2. Metal Oxides; 4.2.3. Supported Metal Oxides.
  • 4.2.4. Activated Carbons5. Conclusions; References; DECOLORIZATION EFFICIENCY OF OZONEAND OZONE DERIVATIVES FOR SEVERAL KINDSOF DYE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Materials And Methods; 2.1. Materials; 2.2. Experimental Set-up; 2.3. Experimental Methods; 2.4. Analytic Methods; 3. Results and Discussion; 3.1. Decolorization Efficiency; 3.3. Variation of UV-vis Spectrum and Its Dynamics in Dye Ozonation; 3.3.1. UV-Vis Spectrum during Dye Ozonation; 3.3.2. Dynamics of Dye Ozonation; 3.4. Mineralization of Sample Solutions and Release of the Ions.
  • 3.5. Formation of Ions in Ozonation of Dyes3.5.1. Comparative Study on SO42- Roduction in Azo and Anthraquinone Dyes; 3.5.2. Comparative Study on NH4+ and NO3- Production in Azo and AnthraquinoneDyes; 3.5.3. Comparative Study on Cl- Production of Azo, Anthraquinone and Lush Dyes; 3.6. Formation of Ions in Degradation of Dyes Ozonation by Ozone; 3.7. Changes to Dye Molecules; 3.7.1. Acid Light Yellow G Azo Dye; 3.7.2. Acid Blue R- Anthraquinone Type; 3.8. TOC; 3.9. Analysis of Organic Derivatives; 4. Conclusions; References; OZONE IN THE DEGRADATION OF PHENOLSAND XENOBIOTICS; Abstract.
  • IntroductionOzone and Lignin; Ozone and Olive Oil Mill Wastewater; Ozone and Herbicides; References; AIRWAY INFLAMMATION AND HYPERRESPONSIVENESSINDUCED BY OZONE EXPOSURE; Abstract; 1. A Novel Animal Model of Airway HyperresponsivenessInduced by Ozone Exposure; Animal Model of Ozone Exposure; Measurement of Airway Responsiveness in vivo; Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL); Preparation of Lung Tissues and Morphological Analysis; 2. Association with Ozone Stressed Epithelial Cells and AHR; Decrease of Antioxidant Activity; Imbalance of Adhesion Molecule Expression; Enhanced Airway Inflammation.