Department of Environment Health, Environmental Health Research Center, Golestan
eviromental health engineering, school of health and nutrition, lorestan univercity of medical science
Department of Environment Health, Faculity of Heal, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences
Department of Environment Health, Nutrition Health Research Center, Department of
Department of Environment Health, a. Student research committe, lorestan university
Department of Environment Healt, Department of Environment Health, School of Hea
This study is focused on removing toxic aniline from aqueous solutions using advanced oxidation process by UV/ peroxy disulfate. In this study, the effect of various parameters including pH (3-9), the level of radiation (ultraviolet 30 watt lamp, number 2-5), peroxy disulfate dose (0.02 – 0.08 mol/l) and the initial concentration (20 – 100 mg/l) at different contact times (10 – 60 min) on the efficiency of aniline removal in a laboratory reactor with UV lamps and in a batch mode, was studied. The results of this study showed that the efficiency of removing aniline decreased by increasing and decreasing pH from 5 (maximum efficiency = 66.6%, at pH= 5) and also by increasing the concentration of pollutant. But by increasing the amount of radiation and peroxy disulfate dosage (0.02 to 0.08 mol/l, the process efficiencies will be 46 to 82.8% after 60 min, respectively), the efficiency increased. The efficiency of removing aniline in the combined process of UV/peroxy disulfate increased significantly by using peroxy disulfate and UV, individually (96%). In the process, the efficiency of removing aniline from aqueous solution was due to the production of UV effect on Peroxy disulfate and the production of strong oxidizing radicals. Therefore, due to the high performance and low cost raw materials, this process can be used for removing resistant compounds from industrial sewages.