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Effect of COD/N ratio on simultaneous removal of nutrients and COD from synthetic high strength waste water under anoxic conditions

@inproceedings{Jena2013EffectOC,
  title={Effect of COD/N ratio on simultaneous removal of nutrients and COD from synthetic high strength waste water under anoxic conditions},
  author={Jyotsnarani Jena and Sanak Ray and Sony Pandey and Trupti Das},
  year={2013}
}
under anoxic conditions has been attempted in the current study. Maximum removal of nitrate (98%), PO 4 (96%) and COD (93%) was achieved at a COD/N ratio of 1.62. PO 4 removal rate ranged between 77.6, 88.7, 90.5, 95.9, 93.1 and 93.2% at a COD/N ratio of 0.36, 0.97, 1.36, 1.62, 4.06 and 6.37 respectively. Thus PO 4 removal rate was more or less impervious to varying concentration of nitrate and carbon load in the system. pH measurements during the course of reaction, gave new insights into the… Expand

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