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Application of Anaerobic Digestate as Inoculum for Treatment of the Plant-Derived Wastes: Case Study

,” Water Research , vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 485–492, Jan. 1979. [21] M. Grube, J. G. Lin, P. H. Lee, and S. Kokorevicha, “Evaluation of sewage sludge-based compost by FT-IR spectroscopy,” Geoderma , vol. 130, no. 3–4, pp. 324–333, Feb. 2006. [22] M. Grube, I. Dimanta, M. Gavare, I. Strazdina, J. Liepins, T. Juhna, and U. Kalnenieks, “Hydrogen-producing Escherichia coli strains overexpressing lactose permease: FT-IR analysis of the lactose-induced stress

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Evaluation of the risk of biocorrosion on a transit gas line passing through Slovakia

-6. 9. Zuo, R., Örnek, D., Syrett, B.C., Green, R.M., Hsu, C-H., Mansfeld, F.B., Wood, T.K. Inhibiting mild steel corrosion from sulfate-reducing bacteria using antimicrobialproducing biofi lms in Three-Mile-Island process water, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 2004 , 64, 275-283. 10. Rubio, C, Ott, C., Amiel, C., Dupont-Moral, I., Travert, J., Mariey, L. Sulfato/thiosulfato reducing bacteria characterization by FT-IR spectroscopy: A new approach to biocorrosion control, Journal of Microbiological Methods 2006 , 64 (3), 287

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Facile Synthesis of Spinel Nanocrystalline ZnFe2O4: Enhanced Photocatalytic and Microbial Applications


Spinel ZnFe2O4 was developed successfully as a heterogeneous-Fenton catalyst for the degradation of Reactive Yellow 86 (RY 86) under UV light. The ZnFe2O4 was characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM) and UV-diffuse reflectance spectroscopy (UV-DRS). FE-SEM reveals that the some of the particles sizes are in the range from 10 nm to 50 nm. The photocatalytic performance of ZnFe2O4 was evaluated by degradation of RY 86 dye solution under UV light. The degradation rate was highly influenced by pH, initial concentrations of H2O2 and catalyst concentration. The results indicated that ZnFe2O4 could be used as a photocatalyst for treatment of industrial coloured wastewater. The catalyst was reused for five consecutive runs without significant change in its activity. Moreover, the antibacterial effects were investigated.

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