Compatible Materials: 

For laboratory use: 

  • Glass
  • Porcelain
  • PVC
  • Poliethylene
  • Polipropylene
  • PTFE (Teflon®)

 

For industrial use:

  • PVC
  • Poliethylene
  • Stainless steel (ex: AISI 304L, 316, 316L) and high purity aluminium

 

Methods for determining the concentration of hydrogen peroxide: 

 

Advanced oxidation technologies for potentiation of the effects of hydrogen peroxide: 

Photo activation by ultraviolet radiation (UV)

In the photoactivation process of H2O2 with ultraviolet radiation, the generation of the hydroxyl radical is as follows:

H2O2 + u → 2 OH-

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H2O2 + UV Radiation

Contaminant + [ H2O2 + u (UV 254 nm) ] → Decontamination

Contaminant + [ H2O2 + Fe (aq) ] → Decontamination + Fe(OH)3 (s)

Fenton Process

In the Fenton process, the generation of hydroxyl and regeneration of Fe2+ occurs as follows:

Fe2+ + H2O2 → Fe3+ + OH- + OH-

Fe3+ + H2O2 → Fe2+ + H+ + OOH-

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Fenton Process

Contaminant + [ H2O2 + Fe (aq) ] → Decontamination + Fe(OH)3 (s)

Activation with ozone (Peroxone System)

In the so called Peroxone system, the generation of hydroxyl is as follows:

H2O2 + 2 O3 → 3 O2 + OOH-

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System flowchart: H2O2 + O3

Contaminant + [ H2O2 + nO3 ] → Decontamination