Effect of hot chlorine dioxide delignification on AOX in bagasse pulp wastewater

Effect of hot chlorine dioxide delignification on AOX in bagasse pulp wastewater This work describes the effect of the hot chlorine dioxide delignification (DHT) on the properties of bagasse fiber and the formation of AOX. The bagasse pulp was subjected to both DHT and normal temperature chlorine dioxide delignification (D0), and the AOX contents in the effluent were determined respectively. The GC–MS results showed that the main components of the D0 stage wastewater were chlorinated hydrocarbons and chlorinated diphenyls. In contrast, those AOXs in the DHT stage wastewater were very few. The GC–MS, ATR-FTIR, and XPS results showed the DHT process is more effective in the removal of the residual phenolic lignin and the hemicellulose-linked HexA compared with D0. Furthermore, in comparison, the AOX content could be reduced by 50% with DHT. The fully bleached pulp obtained via DHTEpD process has a higher brightness than that obtained by D0EpD, which provides a reliable theoretical basis for industrial application. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Cellulose Springer Journals

Effect of hot chlorine dioxide delignification on AOX in bagasse pulp wastewater

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
Copyright © 2018 by Springer Science+Business Media B.V., part of Springer Nature
Subject
Chemistry; Bioorganic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Polymer Sciences; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Materials; Sustainable Development
ISSN
0969-0239
eISSN
1572-882X
D.O.I.
10.1007/s10570-018-1670-1
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Abstract

This work describes the effect of the hot chlorine dioxide delignification (DHT) on the properties of bagasse fiber and the formation of AOX. The bagasse pulp was subjected to both DHT and normal temperature chlorine dioxide delignification (D0), and the AOX contents in the effluent were determined respectively. The GC–MS results showed that the main components of the D0 stage wastewater were chlorinated hydrocarbons and chlorinated diphenyls. In contrast, those AOXs in the DHT stage wastewater were very few. The GC–MS, ATR-FTIR, and XPS results showed the DHT process is more effective in the removal of the residual phenolic lignin and the hemicellulose-linked HexA compared with D0. Furthermore, in comparison, the AOX content could be reduced by 50% with DHT. The fully bleached pulp obtained via DHTEpD process has a higher brightness than that obtained by D0EpD, which provides a reliable theoretical basis for industrial application.

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CelluloseSpringer Journals

Published: Jan 27, 2018

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