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Nakatani, Nobutake
Ueda, Marina
Shindo, Hirotaka
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Chemistry
abstract
The hydroxyl radical (OH radical) formation rates from the photo-Fenton reaction in river and rain water samples were determined by using deferoxamine mesylate (DFOM), which makes a stable and strong complex with Fe(III), resulting in a suppression of the photo-Fenton reaction. The difference between the OH radical formation rates with and without added DFOM denotes the rate from the photo-Fenton reaction. The photoformation rates from the photo-Fenton reaction were in the range of 0.7 - 45.8 × 10-12 and 2.7 - 32.3 × 10-12 M s-1 in river and rain water samples, respectively. A strong positive correlation between the OH radical formation rate from the photo-Fenton reaction and the amount of fluorescent matter in river water suggests that fluorescent matter, such as humic substances, plays an important role in the photo-Fenton reaction. In rain water, direct photolysis of hydrogen peroxide was an important source of OH radicals as well as the photo-Fenton reaction. The contributions of the photo-Fenton reaction to the OH radical photoformation rates in river and rain water samples were in the ranges of 2 - 29 and 5 - 38%, respectively. Taking into account the photo-Fenton reaction, 33 - 110 (mean: 80) and 42 - 110 (mean: 84)% of OH radical sources in river and rain water samples, respectively, collected in Hiroshima prefecture were elucidated.
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This study was supported by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan by a Grant-in Aid for Scientific Research (No. 18310010).
journal title
Analytical Sciences
volume
Volume 23
issue
Issue 9
start page
1137
end page
1142
date of issued
2007-09
publisher
The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry
issn
0910-6340
1348-2246
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language
eng
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Journal Article
HU type
Journal Articles
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application/pdf
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2007 © The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry
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department
Graduate School of Biosphere Science