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Arsenic in drinking water.
Arsenic in drinking water: not just a problem for Bangladesh D. van Halem, S. A. Bakker, G. L. Amy, and J. C. van Dijk Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences,
Characterisation of coated sand from iron removal plants
Water treatment plants removing iron from groundwater are commonly expected to operate in oxidation-floc formation mode. However, there are indications that adsorptive iron removal plays a role as
Chromium removal from water: a review
Chromium is present in drinking water sources (naturally occurring or anthropogenic) in many countries throughout the world. Elevated concentrations of chromium in drinking water are carcinogenic to
Manganese removal from groundwater: characterization of filter media coating
AbstractRemoval of manganese in conventional aeration-filtration groundwater treatment plants (GWTPs) results in the formation of a manganese oxide coating on filter media. The formation of this
Electrochemically activated water as an alternative to chlorine for decentralized disinfection
Electrochemically activated (ECA) water is being extensively studied and considered as an alternative to chlorine for disinfection. Some researchers claim that ECA is by and large a chlorine
Adsorptive removal of manganese(II) from the aqueous phase using iron oxide coated sand
Iron oxide coated sand (IOCS) is a potential adsorbent for metallic ions, e.g. arsenic, lead, manganese etc., however the effect of process conditions and the mechanism of its adsorption of Mn(II)