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"Environmental Impact of Photocatalytic Herbicide Breakdown" by Naveetha Gaggara is a comprehensive study on the impact of photocatalysis on the breakdown of herbicides in water. The research delves into the chemical reactions and degradation pathways that occur during photocatalytic oxidation of organic pollutants such as herbicides, resulting in the formation of residues and breakdown products.
The book examines the environmental implications of these residues and their potential toxicity, as well as the role of photocatalysis in remediation and water treatment. It explores the challenges of environmental contamination and the need for sustainable solutions, with a focus on the role of photocatalysis in addressing these issues.
The research presents a detailed analysis of the photocatalytic efficiency and activity of various materials, including hydroxyl radicals, in degrading herbicides and other organic contaminants. It also covers the use of photocatalytic reactors and analytical techniques for environmental monitoring and risk assessment.
The book highlights the importance of environmental protection and sustainability, emphasizing the need for eco-friendly solutions to wastewater management and environmental degradation. It also discusses the current policies and regulations in place to address environmental challenges, and identifies potential areas for future research in the field of photocatalytic herbicide breakdown.
Overall, "Environmental Impact of Photocatalytic Herbicide Breakdown" is a valuable resource for environmental scientists, engineers, and policymakers working towards a cleaner and more sustainable future.