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Fenton's reagent for the rapid and efficient isolation of microplastics from wastewater / A. S. Tagg, J. P. Harrison, Yon Ju-Nam, M. Sapp, E. L. Bradley, C. J. Sinclair, Jesus Ojeda Ledo

Chemical Communications, Volume: 53, Issue: 2, Pages: 372 - 375

Swansea University Authors: Yon Ju-Nam, Jesus Ojeda Ledo

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Fenton’s reagent was used to isolate microplastics from organic-rich wastewater. The catalytic reaction did not affect microplastic chemistry or size, enabling its use as a pre-treatment method for focal plane array-based micro-FT-IR imaging. Compared with previously described microplastic treatment...

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ISSN: 1359-7345 1364-548X
Published: 2017
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description Fenton’s reagent was used to isolate microplastics from organic-rich wastewater. The catalytic reaction did not affect microplastic chemistry or size, enabling its use as a pre-treatment method for focal plane array-based micro-FT-IR imaging. Compared with previously described microplastic treatment methods, Fenton’s reagent offers a considerable reduction in sample preparation times.
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