dechlorination


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de·chlo·ri·da·tion

(dē-klō'ri-dā'shŭn),
Reduction of sodium chloride in the tissues and fluids of the body by reducing its intake or increasing its excretion.
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dechlorination

(dē-klōr″ĭ-nā′shŏn) [″ + Gr. chloros, green]
Reduction in the amount of chlorides in the body by reduction of or withdrawal of salt in the diet.
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Zehnder, "Reductive dechlorination of 1,2-dichloroethane and chloroethane by cell suspensions of methanogenic bacteria," Biodegradation, vol.
This trend could be attributed to the fact that hydrogen atoms were a powerful reducing agent for dechlorination, which could enhance the removal efficiency of HCB [22].
Zhang, "Comparison of reductive dechlorination of p-chlorophenol using Fe0 and nanosized Fe0," Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol.
de Bont, "Reductive dechlorination of 2, 4-dichlorobenzoate to 4-chlorobenzoate and hydrolytic dehalogenation of 4-chloro-4-bromo-, and 4-iodobenzoate by Alcaligenes denitrificans NTB-1, " Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
Macrocyclic complexes containing various transition metal ions were examined extensively for the dechlorination of DDT and other organochlorides.
2002, Murena et al., 2000, Tundo et al., 2001, Engelmann et al., 2001, Schuth et al., 1998, Murena, 1997) used a combination of different catalysts (Pd/C, Ni-Mo/Al2O3, Ca-Rh/C, Pt/C, Mg/Pd, Pt/C, Pd/Al2O3) for dechlorination of variety of organochlorine compounds (PCBs, DDT, Dioxins, chlorinated benzene, Aryl chlorides, Aromatic chlorides, Hexachloro cyclohexane).
[2] Tandol, V., Distefano, T.D., Bowser, P.A., Gossett, J.M., and Zinder, S.H., 1994, "Reductive dechlorination of chlorinated ethenes and halogenated ethanes by a high-rate anaerobic enrichment culture," Environ.
Activated carbon has been used as an efficient sorbent to odor removal, solvent recovery, decolorization, dechlorination, ozone annihilation, [H.sub.2]S/C[S.sub.2] removal, gold recovery, filtration, condensed deviling, fuel gas cleaning, industrial wastewater treatment, drinking water conditioning etc.
Little work is done to study the dechlorination process in oil transformer.
Dechlorination pathways of orthosubstituted PCBs by UV irradiation in n-hexane and their correlation to the charge distribution on carbon atom.
Chlorinated hydrocarbons [chlorinated oil postulated by Spauchus (1963)] undergo a dechlorination reaction with the iron surface and water causing iron surface to undergo corrosive oxidation promoting copper plating by dissolved copper species.