The Intensification of Neutralization Process of Hypochlorite Liquid Waste by Olefinic Compounds in Cavitation Fields

N.M. Hnatyshyn, Z.O. Znak


Using reverse redox titration the interaction of sodium hypochlorite with organic compounds, which are components of wastewater olefin production, in cavitation fields is investigated. The rate of oxidation of organic compounds by hypochlorite in the case of initiation of cavitation is found to be significantly higher than with mechanical stirring. This is due to the flow of a process according to the radical mechanism due to the formation of numerous organic and inorganic radicals caused by degradation of organic compounds, decomposition of sodium hypochlorite and water sonolis.


sodium hypochlorite; olefins; cavitation; destruction; radicals; oxidation

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