dechlorination


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dechlorination

(diːˌklɔːrɪˈneɪʃən)
n
1. (Chemistry) the removal of chlorine from a substance
2. chem the extraction of atoms of chlorine from a chemical compound
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Jonnalagadda, Dechlorination of Tetrachloro-o- benzoquinone by Ozonation Catalyzed by Cesium Loaded Metal Oxides, Appl.
Interactively interfacial reaction of iron-reducing bacterium and goethite for reductive dechlorination of chlorinated organic compounds, Chinese.
These results demonstrate that strong dechlorination reaction occurs in the dispersion process of electron beam to PVC powder and forms the conjugated structure in the films, which is well coordinated with the phenomena observed in the experiment.
Potential complications from the injection of organic substrate for enhanced reductive dechlorination.
As palavras-chave (em Ingles) comuns a todas as tecnologias selecionadas e utilizadas para encontrar um tratamento para o "paciente" foram: dechlorination, reductive dechlorination, treatment, degradation, in-situ, e remediation.
CHQ was eliminated both in free and conjugated forms, and undergoes limited dechlorination.
An iron porphyrin, (TPP)FeCl, where TPP is the dianion of tetraphenylporphyrin, was examined as the catalyst for the reductive dechlorination of 1.
Nijenhuis I, Andert J, Beck K, Kastner M, Diekert G, Riehnow H (2005) Stable isotope fraction of tetrachloroethene during reductive dechlorination by Sulfurospirillum multivorans and Desulfitobacterium sp.
Some noble metals, particularly palladium, catalyze dechlorination and hydrogenation and can make the remediation more efficient (15,16).
It was found that dechlorination of DDT to chlorine-free product effectively occurred in a 2-propanol/methanol (99:1 v/v) solution of a base compound NaOH in the presence of carbon supported Fe-Ni catalyst at temperature below 82oC for 4 hrs.
Biological reductive dechlorination of tetrachloroethylene and trichloroethylene to ethylene under methanogenic conditions.