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A study of the capacitive deionisation performance under various operational conditions.
Capacitive deionisation (CDI) has many advantages over other desalination technologies due to its low energy consumption, less environmental pollution and low fouling potential. The objectives ofExpand
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Study of fouling and scaling in capacitive deionisation by using dissolved organic and inorganic salts.
In this work, fouling, scaling and cleaning of the capacitive deionisation (CDI) with activated carbon electrodes were systematically investigated for the first time. Electrode fouling caused byExpand
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Thermodynamics and kinetics of adsorption of ammonium ions by graphene laminate electrodes in capacitive deionization
Abstract Electrodes made of graphene laminates (GL) with favourable electrochemical properties were used to remove sodium and ammonium ions by membrane capacitive deionization (MCDI). First, theExpand
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Effects of operational conditions on the electrosorption efficiencies of capacitive deionization
Capacitive deionization (CDI) represents a novel electrosorption process for the desalination of brackish water. The CDI working principle depends on the use of porous carbon materials as electrodes.Expand
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A study of the long-term operation of capacitive deionisation in inland brackish water desalination
Abstract The long-term cleaning needs and response to different cleaning approaches of a portable capacitive deionisation (CDI) prototype unit were investigated at two Australian locations: Wilora, aExpand
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Evaluation of the salt removal efficiency of capacitive deionisation: Kinetics, isotherms and thermodynamics
Abstract Capacitive deionisation (CDI) is an electrosorption desalination process with low energy consumption and less environmental pollution compared to other desalination technologies. ChargeExpand
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Using capacitive deionisation for inland brackish groundwater desalination in a remote location
Abstract In this work, a portable prototype of capacitive deionisation (CDI) unit has been used first time in Wilora, a community in a remote area in Northern Territory, Australia, to remove saltExpand
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A statistical experimental investigation on arsenic removal using capacitive deionization
AbstractIn this study, arsenic removal from water by a solar-powered capacitive deionization (CDI) unit was investigated. The Box–Behnken statistical experiment design (BBD) as an example of responseExpand
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Evaluation of copper removal efficiency using water treatment sludge
Abstract Large quantities of sludge are produced during water treatment processes. Recently, sludge has been treated as waste and disposed of in landfills, which increases the environmental burdensExpand
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Seasonal Variation of Trihalomethanes Levels in Greater Cairo Drinking Water
The formation of carcinogenic Trihalomethanes (THMs) in the process of water disinfection by chlorine has raised concerns in the scientific community. This study aims to determine the levels of THMsExpand
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