Electrocoagulation treatment of arsenic in wastewaters: A comprehensive review

@inproceedings{Song2017ElectrocoagulationTO,
  title={Electrocoagulation treatment of arsenic in wastewaters: A comprehensive review},
  author={Peipei Song and Zhaohui Yang and Guangming Zeng and Xia Yang and Haiyin Xu and Li-ke Wang and Rui Liang Xu and Weiping Xiong and Kito Ahmad},
  year={2017}
}
Arsenic, classified as a carcinogen, is being subject to high concern due to its high toxicity especially in drinking water. Electrocoagulation (EC) has displayed a great potential as an effective and environmentally friendly method to remove arsenic from wastewaters. This review summarizes the recent development of arsenic removal in EC process including the effects of primary operating parameters, optimization of the EC performance, as well as the evaluation of EC reactor configurations… CONTINUE READING

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