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Soluble Bio-based Substances Isolated From Urban Wastes : Environmental Applications

By: Arques, Antonio.
Contributor(s): Bianco Prevot, Alessandra.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Green Chemistry for Sustainability: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015Description: 1 online resource (79 p.).ISBN: 9783319147444.Subject(s): Biomass -- Refining | Environmental management | Nanotechnology | Refuse and refuse disposal | Sewage -- Purification | Urbanization -- Environmental aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Soluble Bio-based Substances Isolated From Urban Wastes : Environmental ApplicationsDDC classification: 540 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Introduction; 1 Soluble Bio-based Substances Obtained from Urban Wastes: Isolation and Characterization ; Abstract ; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Organic Fraction of Urban Wastes; Possible Treatments for Energy andor Material Recovery; 1.2.1 A Real Case of an Integrated Waste Treatment Facility Plant: ACEA Pinerolese; 1.3 Isolation of Soluble Bio-based Substances (SBO) from Urban Waste Sourced Biomass; 1.4 SBO Characterization; 1.5 New Processes and Products Under Investigation; References; 2 Photogeneration of Reactive Oxygen Species by SBO and Application in Waste-Water Treatment
Abstract 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Photochemistry of HS; 2.3 Photochemical Generation of ROS by SBO; 2.4 Photostability of SBO; 2.5 Application of SBO for the Photo-Degradation of Pollutants in Waters; 2.5.1 Dye Degradation; 2.5.2 Naphthalene Sulfonates Degradation; 2.5.3 Chlorophenols Degradation; 2.5.4 Emerging Pollutants Degradation; References; 3 SBO in Water Detoxification: Photo-Fenton Processes at Mild Conditions ; Abstract ; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Towards Photo-Fenton at Mild pH Conditions; 3.3 Photo-Fenton Process Based on SBOs: Decoloration of Crystal Violet
3.4 Photo-Fenton Process Based on SBOs. Effect of Operational Parameters3.5 Biocompatibility and Stability of the SBO; 3.6 Summary and Outlook; References; 4 Effect of Humic Substances and Bioorganic Substrates from Urban Wastes in Nanostructured Materials Applications and Synthesis ; Abstract ; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 HS-Adsorbed Nanomaterials; 4.3 HS-Containing Nanomaterials as Metal Scavengers; 4.4 HS as Reactants for the Production of Nanomaterials; 4.5 Bioorganic Substances for the Synthesis of New Materials; References; 5 Mathematical Modeling for SBO Applications ; Abstract
5.1 Introduction5.2 Fundamentals of Model Adaptation; 5.2.1 Strategies; 5.2.1.1 Models Linear in Parameters; 5.2.1.2 Models Nonlinear in Parameters; 5.2.1.3 Overparameterized Models; 5.3 Applications (Case Studies); 5.3.1 Application to an Advanced Oxidation Process Enhanced with SBO; 5.3.1.1 Doehlert Uniform Array Design for Three Variables and Response Surface Model; 5.3.1.2 Artificial Neural Network Model; 5.3.2 Application to SBO-Magnetite Particles Adsorption; 5.3.2.1 Fundamentals of Adsorption and Kinetics; 5.3.2.2 N2 Adsorption in SBO-Magnetite-BET
5.3.2.3 Adsorption of Violet Crystal in SBO-Magnetite Particles5.4 Conclusions; References
Summary: This brief gives a summary of the soluble bio-based substances (SBO) field. Urban bio-wastes of differing compositions and ageing conditions represent a promising source of soluble bio-based substances (SBO), potentially able to perform as chemical auxiliaries for applications in the chemical industry and in environmental remediation. In particular, SBO process development, characterization and scale-up is described and bioassay studies discussed. This brief also discusses the use of SBOs in wastewater treatment in the context of 'green' processes, their role as humic-like substances, and the
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Contents; Introduction; 1 Soluble Bio-based Substances Obtained from Urban Wastes: Isolation and Characterization ; Abstract ; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Organic Fraction of Urban Wastes; Possible Treatments for Energy andor Material Recovery; 1.2.1 A Real Case of an Integrated Waste Treatment Facility Plant: ACEA Pinerolese; 1.3 Isolation of Soluble Bio-based Substances (SBO) from Urban Waste Sourced Biomass; 1.4 SBO Characterization; 1.5 New Processes and Products Under Investigation; References; 2 Photogeneration of Reactive Oxygen Species by SBO and Application in Waste-Water Treatment

Abstract 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Photochemistry of HS; 2.3 Photochemical Generation of ROS by SBO; 2.4 Photostability of SBO; 2.5 Application of SBO for the Photo-Degradation of Pollutants in Waters; 2.5.1 Dye Degradation; 2.5.2 Naphthalene Sulfonates Degradation; 2.5.3 Chlorophenols Degradation; 2.5.4 Emerging Pollutants Degradation; References; 3 SBO in Water Detoxification: Photo-Fenton Processes at Mild Conditions ; Abstract ; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Towards Photo-Fenton at Mild pH Conditions; 3.3 Photo-Fenton Process Based on SBOs: Decoloration of Crystal Violet

3.4 Photo-Fenton Process Based on SBOs. Effect of Operational Parameters3.5 Biocompatibility and Stability of the SBO; 3.6 Summary and Outlook; References; 4 Effect of Humic Substances and Bioorganic Substrates from Urban Wastes in Nanostructured Materials Applications and Synthesis ; Abstract ; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 HS-Adsorbed Nanomaterials; 4.3 HS-Containing Nanomaterials as Metal Scavengers; 4.4 HS as Reactants for the Production of Nanomaterials; 4.5 Bioorganic Substances for the Synthesis of New Materials; References; 5 Mathematical Modeling for SBO Applications ; Abstract

5.1 Introduction5.2 Fundamentals of Model Adaptation; 5.2.1 Strategies; 5.2.1.1 Models Linear in Parameters; 5.2.1.2 Models Nonlinear in Parameters; 5.2.1.3 Overparameterized Models; 5.3 Applications (Case Studies); 5.3.1 Application to an Advanced Oxidation Process Enhanced with SBO; 5.3.1.1 Doehlert Uniform Array Design for Three Variables and Response Surface Model; 5.3.1.2 Artificial Neural Network Model; 5.3.2 Application to SBO-Magnetite Particles Adsorption; 5.3.2.1 Fundamentals of Adsorption and Kinetics; 5.3.2.2 N2 Adsorption in SBO-Magnetite-BET

5.3.2.3 Adsorption of Violet Crystal in SBO-Magnetite Particles5.4 Conclusions; References

This brief gives a summary of the soluble bio-based substances (SBO) field. Urban bio-wastes of differing compositions and ageing conditions represent a promising source of soluble bio-based substances (SBO), potentially able to perform as chemical auxiliaries for applications in the chemical industry and in environmental remediation. In particular, SBO process development, characterization and scale-up is described and bioassay studies discussed. This brief also discusses the use of SBOs in wastewater treatment in the context of 'green' processes, their role as humic-like substances, and the

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