In this study, a KI aqueous solution or Methyl Orange (MO) aqueous solution was irradiated by an ultrasonic wave under the same experimental condition. The rates of oxidation of KI and MO by OH radicals differed by an order of magnitude. When the consumption of OH radicals by chemical reactions with species other than KI or MO is taken into account, numerical analysis of chemical kinetics model yields the same generation rate of OH radicals by the action of an ultrasonic wave for the experiments of KI and MO solutions.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 18, 2004
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