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Electrochemical Oxidation Of Drug Residues In Water By The Example Of Tetracycline, Gentamicine And Aspirin®

D. Weichgrebe, E. Danilova, K.-H. Rosenwinkel, A.A. Vedenjapin, M. Baturova

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Electro-chemical oxidation as a method to destroy drug residues like aspirin®, tetracycline or gentamicine in water was investigated with C-anodes (modified by manganese oxides) and Pt anodes. The mechanism of aspirin® and tetracycline oxidation and the influence of the biocide effect was observed using GC-MS and three different microbiological tests. In general, the biological availability increases with progressive oxidation of the antibiotics.