ozonization


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ozonization

(ō″zō-nĭ-zā′shŭn)
The act of converting to, or impregnating with, ozone.
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It is important to note, however, that the environmental benefits of ozonization can only be realized if the process is properly handled for industrial use without human interaction.
No significant changes in ozone concentration were found for variations in pH and dye concentration due to the constant air flowrate (15 L [min.sup.-1]) and input ozone dose (0.72 mg [L.sup.-1]) during ozonization. During the ozonization, the amount of dissolved ozone was practically the same in all conditions analyzed (average of 0.08 [+ or -] 0.02 mg [L.sup.-1]).
This could be explained based on the fact of presence of many oxygenated compounds other than ozonides that have been generated during the ozonization process of the oil such as hydroperoxides and aldehydes; this might contribute to the increased TBARS content in rat colonic mucosa.
typhimurium bacteria could be detected and quantified in their respective EE and RP broths when residual and domestic waters have been treated for disinfection with UV, processes of advanced oxidation, Ozonization, and SODIS, which are methods that can generate viable nonculturable bacteria due to oxidative stress.
To characterize the grafting polymer, size-exclusionchromatography after ozonolysis of E-DPNR-PS was performed, since all carbon-carbon double bonds were cleaved by ozonization followed by reduction with LiA1H4.
The gallon is put into a cleansing cupboard equipped with ozonization system.
Favis' proprietary work also included the selective ozonization of petroleum fractions for refining and chemicals, direct synthesis of linear alkylbenzenes from ethylene and benzene for biodegradable detergents and synthesis of hydrocarbon pour depressants for heating oils.
The incorporation of desirable functionalities onto PVDF surfaces can be accomplished via several modification methods, such as ozonization, plasma treatment, electron beam (EB) exposure, click reaction [16], and surface-initiated controlled radical polymerizations [6-8],
Many physical and chemical methods such as sonochemical degradation, photochemical degradation, electrochemical removal, electrochemical degradation, coagulation and flocculation, membrane separation, activated carbon adsorption, biodegradation, fenton biological treatment scheme, photofenton processes, oxidation, or ozonization process are used for removal of dyes from wastewater.