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(2012)JOURNAL OF ADVANCED OXIDATION TECHNOLOGIES.15(1).p.197-204 Mark abstract The generation of H(2)O(2) in underwater discharge in air bubbles is studied with consideration of the influence of electrodes polarity, input power, solution conductivity and the inter-electrode distance. The efficiency of hydrogen peroxide generation strongly depends on the polarity, input power and the inter-electrode distance. Discharges in air bubbles with water as a cathode have significantly higher energy yield of hydrogen peroxide in comparison with negative DC or pulsed discharges. The generation of hydrogen peroxide by DC discharge increases with decrease in the inter-electrode distance, but it is opposite for pulsed discharges. Different efficiency of H(2)O(2) production is explained based on physical processes which result to formation of OH radicals.

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Author: Ranhua Xiong , Anton Nikiforov , Patrick Vanraes and Christophe Leys

Source: https://biblio.ugent.be/publication/2125069



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