Highly cited articles about organic leachate treatment by Fenton method in 21st century: a bibliometric and visualised analysis
by Erfan Nabavi; Mohammadreza Sabour; Ghorban Ali Dezvareh; Majid Ehteshami
World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development (WRSTSD), Vol. 19, No. 3, 2023

Abstract: The debate of leachate is one of the hot topics of world today, and the purification of this factor is one of the challenges of many experts. Organic wastewater treatment becomes a critical problem in sustainable advancement, while it involves a high number of refractory and toxic organic pollutants. Finding the best method of leachate treatment, especially the leachate of organic waste is one of the significant problems and concerns of researchers today. Applying Fenton method, research and articles on leachate and waste treatment have dramatically increased in recent years. In comparison to other AOPs, Fenton process is the most popular due to its some exciting benefits. This bibliometric study was performed using the authoritative source of the Scopus site using VOSviewr analytical software. Brillas had the highest number of articles and researches with 30 works and chong m.n with 2,709 citations had the highest number of citations to articles.

Online publication date: Wed, 05-Jul-2023

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