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Nanotechnology is a major scientific and economic growth area across the globe. In recent years, with the advent of nanotechnology, application of TiO2 nanoparticles in sunscreens & cosmetics, paints & coatings, water treatment, antimicrobial agents, health care products such as bandages and manufacturing of energy storage devices is paramount. It confers significant release of these nanoparticles into environment thereby raising concerns about their adverse impact on the ecosystem. Although there are studies reporting the ecotoxicity of TiO2 nanoparticles, reports on toxicity of TiO2 nanoparticles on ecosystem engineers such as earthworms are scarce. In this regard, the book presents vital aspects of TiO2 nanoparticle toxicity in earthworm Eisenia fetida. It depicts the significance of physicochemical properties of titanium dioxide nanoparticles in eliciting oxidative stress in earthworms. It disseminates knowledge about ecotoxicological evaluation of nanoparticles thereby assisting in environmental monitoring of nanowaste in future.
Nanotechnology is one of the extensively high advanced technologies of the world and emerging in haste with its entire span and has a diversified use. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) has been extensively studied as a photocatalyst in nanotechnology for different applications such as water and air remedy, because of its relatively high photocatalytic activity, robust chemical stability, relatively low production costs, and non toxicity. Nano-structured TiO2 was synthesized using sol-gel method with and without presence of nano porous polymer . Photocatalytic efficiency of the samples have been characterized by several techniques (SEM, EDS, UV Spectroscopy and XRD). This photocatalytic process might be effective to remove this color and minimize the cost of an effluent treatment plant.
The monograph presents a brief overview of literature data on the application of advanced oxidation processes to water/wastewater treatment. A special attention was paid to heterogeneous photocatalysis using TiO2 catalyst under the action of UV light. The structures, physicochemical and photochemical properties of titania as well as the mechanism of photocatalysis on titanium dioxide surface were reviewed. Various methods of immobilisation of TiO2 onto various supporting materials were described. The electrochemical deposition of composites containing TiO2 dispersed particles is a very promising approach in searching perspective supports for TiO2 photocatalysts. Our original experimental findings on electrodeposition of composite Fe/TiO2 coatings from methanesulfonate electrolyte were presented in detail. The electrochemical kinetics and mechanisms of Fe and Fe/TiO2 electrodeposition from methanesulfonate baths were investigated. The synthesized Fe/TiO2 composite coatings manifest a high photocatalytic activity towards the destruction of organic dye as a model pollutant under exposure to UV radiation. A possible mechanism of photocatalytic degradation was proposed.
Phenolic compounds are widely used and consequently have become one of the common pollutants in aquatic environment. Chlorophenols are used directly as pesticides or converted into pesticides. They also have been used as antiseptics. In addition to being produced commercially, small amounts of some chlorophenols may be produced when wastewater or drinking water is disinfected with chlorine. Chlorophenols cause serious environmental problems because these are difficult to decomposed biologically, and are mutagenic as well as carcinogenic in nature. Nanoparticles synthesized in the lab were successfully employed for the photocatalytic degradation of phenolic compounds. Upto 98% of phenolic complounds could be mineralized by photocatalytic degradation using silver-doped titania.
Increased industrial activity has created an undesirable chemical pollution in air, water, and soil. Nowadays, around 1.2M tones and more than 10,000 different synthetic dyes and pigments are produced annually world-wide and used extensively in dye and printing industries. It is estimated that about 10-15% are lost in industrial effluents. Industrial waste water may additionally contain streams heavy loads of metals and organic compounds. The release of those colored waste water in the environment is a considerable source of non-aesthetic pollution, since the presence of small amount of dyes (below 1 ppm) is clearly visible. The challenges in treating wastewater are dependent on the origin of water and hence, the degradation of these dyes becomes crucial. Chemical oxidation of different dyes in wastewater is an effective method to remove it without further environmental problems. Photocatalysis is a rapidly developing field of research for a wide range of industrial applications, especially to degrade many kind of dyes. In this book, it will be explained a novel Titanium dioxide composite for photocatalytic waste water treatment.
Photocatalysis plays an important role in dealing with today's challenges demand for drinking water and waste water treatment technology. This work involves two directions to improve photocatalytic efficiency with economical benefits by different modification methods. One is the preparation of nanosphere and mesoporous titania nanoparticles. The other, a magnetic photocatalyst was prepared by coating of spinel cobalt ferrite as magnetic core with an insulating silica layer and photocatalytic properties of the outer titanium dioxide shell. Utilization of solar energy for the environmental cleanup becomes the future goal of the scientists. New visible light magnetic - titania photocatalysts that contain a small band gap semiconductor coupling open up new possibilities for the development of solar-induced, separation and recyclability photocatalytic materials.
The treatment of highly colored wastewater containing hazardous industrial chemicals and dyes is one of the growing needs of the present time. The conventional wastewater treatment does not always satisfactorily cleanse the wastewater containing dyes. In order to cleanse water of these extra-stable organics, so-called advance oxygen processes (AOPs) have been developed. The aim of these methods is to mineralize the pollutants to CO2, H2O and mineral acids and salts. Titanium dioxide photocatalysis belongs to the group of AOPs and has been extensively studied over the last 20 years. The use of TiO2 as slurries in wastewater treatment has some disadvantages: the separation of fine particles is slow and penetration of light is limited. These problems can be minimized by supporting TiO2 on various materials. The goals of present work were: (1) preparation of immobilized TiO2 films by various techniques and their characterization, (2) study the photocatalytic degradation of aqueous amaranth solution using the prepared TiO2 films, (3) study the combined effect of photodegradation and adsorption, (4) comparing the performance of prepared films.