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Evaluating the Efficiency of Coagulation in the Removal of Dissolved Organic Carbon from Reservoir Water using Fluorescence and Ultraviolet Photometry
The present study used ultraviolet absorption (UVa) and the florescence intensity (FI) to evaluate the coagulation efficiency for removing dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in the raw water fromExpand
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Effect of phosphate on removal of humic substances by aluminum sulfate coagulant.
The presence of humic acid may change the way phosphate is absorbed or stabilized by soil and how it influences the growth of plants. The binding of phosphate with the humic substance requiresExpand
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Using Chitosan as a Coagulant in Recovery of Organic Matters from the Mash and Lauter Wastewater of Brewery
Chitosan is a natural biopolymer which can be used to replace aluminum salts and chemical polymers as a coagulant to avoid the human health problems caused by the residual of aluminum and chemicalExpand
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Enhanced Coagulation on Reservoir Water by Dual Inorganic Coagulants
This study evaluated the effect of enhanced coagulation on reservoir water using Al2(SO4)3, PACl, FeCl3, and PFS as coagulants. The treatment efficiencies were evaluated by the removals of solubleExpand
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Assessing Coagulant Dosage in Full-Scale Drinking Water Treatment Plants Using Nephelometry
Abstract A nephelometric turbidimeter monitoring system (NTMS) was utilized to measure the standard deviation (SD) of turbidity of suspension solutions. Experimental results demonstrated thatExpand
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A study on the removal of organic substances from low-turbidity and low-alkalinity water with metal-polysilicate coagulants
The coagulants of poly-aluminum-chloride (PAC), poly-aluminum-silicate-chloride (PASiC) and poly-aluminum-ferric-silicate-chloride (PAFSiC) were prepared in this study to evaluate their coagulationExpand
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Determination of chlorine demand in water and wastewater chlorination by oxidation-reduction potential
Chlorination is the most practical way for the destruction of pathogenic and other harmful organisms in water and wastewater treatment plants. However, highly erratic concentrations of ammonia isExpand
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Evaluating the Coagulants of Polyaluminum Silicate Chlorides on Turbidity Removal
Abstract Polyaluminum silicate chloride (PASiC) is a new inorganic coagulant and has different characters from other cationic inorganic products used in water treatment. The optimal formulas andExpand
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Applying Online Image Analysis to Simultaneously Evaluate the Removals of Suspended Solids and Color from Textile Wastewater in Chemical Flocculated Sedimentation
The removal of suspended solids (SS) and color is critically important for textile wastewater treatment processes. Typically, chemical coagulation and sedimentation have been used as pretreatmentExpand
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Comparing floc strength using a turbidimeter
Abstract Three coagulants, polyaluminum chloride (PACl), aluminum sulfate (Alum) and cationic polyacrylamide (cPAM) are used in this investigation. A nephelometric turbidity monitoring system (NTMS),Expand
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