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The chemistry of water treatment.
Characteristics of Colored Surface Waters
A contribution to the Journal by A. P. Black, Research Prof, of Chemistry & San. Science, Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., and Russell F. Christman, Research Asst. Prof, ofExpand
Defluoridation of Water With Activated Alumina
The fluoride ion is now recognized, both in this country and abroad, as a normal and frequently occurring constituent of natural waters. The latest figures available indicate that in this countryExpand
Chemical Characteristics of Fulvic Acids
A contribution to the Journal by A. P. Black, Research Prof, of Chemistry & San. Science, Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., and Russell F. Christman, Research Asst. Prof, ofExpand
The effect of polymer adsorption on the electrokinetic stability of dilute clay suspensions
Abstract A detailed study has been made of the destabilization of dilute clay suspensions with a cationic polymer under controlled conditions of pH, ionic strength, initial clay concentration, andExpand
Determination of the Mobility of Colloidal Particles by Microelectrophoresis
the floes produced in coagulation have been previously reported in articles by Black and others.1"4 Widespread interest in these basic research data has been evidenced by extensive correspondence byExpand
Basic Mechanisms of Coagulation
Electrophoretic Studies of Coagulation for Removal of Organic Color
platinum-cobalt scale. Most municipalities, however, endeavor to maintain lower concentrations, on the order of 10 or even less. Many industrial users, of which the pulp and paper industry isExpand
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