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Aqueous photocatalytic oxidation (PCO) of a non-biodegradable sulphonamide antibiotic sulfamethizole was studied. The impacts of photocatalyst dose, initial pH, and substrate concentration in the range from 1 to 100 mg L(-1) were examined with a number of organic and inorganic by-products determined, suggesting the initial break-up of the SMZ molecule at the sulphonamide bond. The experiments were carried out under artificial near-UV and visible light, and solar radiation using Degussa P25 and less efficient visible light-sensitive C-doped titanium dioxide as photocatalysts.


D Klauson, M Krichevskaya, M Borissova, S Preis. Aqueous photocatalytic oxidation of sulfamethizole. Environmental technology. 2010 Dec 14;31(14):1547-55

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