Efficient TOC removal of wastewater containing 1,2-Naphthoquinone-2-diazido-5-sulfonic acid sodium salt with H2O2/UV in a batch reactor

W. J. Hou, Satoshi Tsuneda, A. Hirata

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    Total organic carbon (TOC) removals of the synthetic wastewater and of the raw industrial wastewater discharged from LSI photo-resist processing of which main component is 1,2-naphthoquinone-2-diazido-5-sulfonic 5-sulfonic acid sodium salt (abbreviation naphthoquinone-5), have been carried out by using hydrogen peroxide and ultraviolet irradiation (H2O2/UV). Experiments were carried out in a batch reactor with a low pressure UV lamp (500 W) irradiating ultraviolet of 254 nm and of 185 nm (5% of energy). The following results were obtained. (1) TOC removals of the synthetic wastewater and of the raw industrial wastewater are pseudo-first-order processes, and TOC shows zero in about ten and several hours. (2) The TOC removal rate of the wastewater was governed by the concentration of hydrogen peroxide initially added and by the maximum pseudo-first-order rate constant and the optimum initial hydrogen peroxide concentration both existed in the synthetic wastewater and in the raw industrial wastewater. (3) The relation between the initial TOC concentration and the optimum initial hydrogen peroxide concentration exhibited linear both in the synthetic wastewater and in the raw industrial wastewater. The optimum initial hydrogen peroxide concentration in TOC removal of the raw industrial wastewater is same as that in the synthetic wastewater at the given initial TOC concentration. (4) The maximum pseudo-first-order rate constant increases with the decrease in the initial TOC concentration both in the synthetic wastewater and in the raw industrial wastewater. (5) A theoretical consideration was carried out and could explain with experimental results.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1084-1090
    Number of pages7
    JournalJournal of Chemical Engineering of Japan
    Volume34
    Issue number9
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2001 Sep

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    Sulfonic Acids
    Batch reactors
    Organic carbon
    Wastewater
    Salts
    Sodium
    Acids
    Hydrogen peroxide
    Hydrogen Peroxide
    1,2-naphthoquinone
    Rate constants
    Ultraviolet lamps
    Naphthoquinones

    Keywords

    • Efficient TOC removal
    • Hydrogen peroxide
    • LSI photo-resist
    • Naphthoquinone-5
    • UV

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    • Chemical Engineering(all)

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