Aluminium removal from water after defluoridation with the electrocoagulation process.

@article{Sinha2015AluminiumRF,
  title={Aluminium removal from water after defluoridation with the electrocoagulation process.},
  author={Richa Sinha and Sanjay Mathur and Urmila Brighu},
  journal={Environmental technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={36 21},
  pages={2724-31}
}
Fluoride is the most electronegative element and has a strong affinity for aluminium. Owing to this fact, most of the techniques used for fluoride removal utilized aluminium compounds, which results in high concentrations of aluminium in treated water. In the present paper, a new approach is presented to meet the WHO guideline for residual aluminium concentration as 0.2 mg/L. In the present work, the electrocoagulation (EC) process was used for fluoride removal. It was found that aluminium… CONTINUE READING

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