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MMO (RuO2) Coated Titanium Electrode for Degradation and Decolorization

Posted 06-27-2022 at 01:24 AM by utelectrode

Electrochemical processes are considered a very effective method for decolorization and decontamination of wastewater from textile and dyes industries. The electrode is a crucial part of the electrochemical process. The right choice of an electrode material makes the process very effective and improves its efficiency because the mechanism driven by the process as well as the degradation product depends upon the anode material. High efficiency and high stability are the most desirable properties...
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Ruthenium Iridium Titanium Anode for Electrolysis of Brine Anti-fouling

Posted 06-27-2022 at 01:22 AM by utelectrode

Electrolysis of brine for anti-fouling is one of the most effective methods to suppress marine pests. The brine is electrolyzed by special electrodes to generate chloride ions and hypochlorous acid, which are oxidizers and toxic to marine organisms. When the concentration of chloride ions reaches a certain level, it can kill marine organisms and inhibit the adhesion and growth of marine pests. In recent years, titanium anodes coated with precious metal oxides have been widely used in brine electrolysis...
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DSA Titanium Anode for Chlor-alkali Industry

Posted 06-27-2022 at 01:20 AM by utelectrode

DSA anode replaced graphite anode in the Chlor-alkali industry due to its excellent electrochemical performance. This DSA type anode chooses titanium as the preferred metal for the substrate since titanium forms a spontaneous protective titanium oxide layer that prevents the substrate from electrolyte attack and does not exhibit significant resistance to the current flow. Regarding the electrocatalytic material, the selection of ruthenium oxide attempts to improve the stability of the coating, the...
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Ruthenium Oxide Ti Electrode for Ballast Water Electrochemical Disinfection

Posted 06-24-2022 at 03:07 AM by utelectrode

Electrochemical is an efficient method for ballast water treatment, it inactivates and removes various living organisms and pathogens from water. Electrochemical disinfection uses suitable electrode materials to create a direct current (DC) electric field that flows the water and inactivates microorganisms. More importantly, electrochemical disinfection can produce oxidizing species in situ that would not require the storage and transport of chemicals.

Selecting a proper anodic material...
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DSA Ruthenium Oxide Titanium Anode for Electrooxidation Pharmaceutical Effluent

Posted 06-24-2022 at 03:04 AM by utelectrode

Pharmaceutical industry effluents are usually characterized by high BOD and COD, which are highly toxic to biological life. Electrooxidation, which relies on the generation of very reactive hydroxyl radicals has been used to decontaminate pharmaceutical wastewater and has proven to be an effective manner.

Dimensionally stable anodes (DSA) have been used for the oxidation of solutions containing non-biodegradable organics in pharma effluents. These DSA anodes are titanium based anodes...
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