Electrophoretic Studies of Coagulation for Removal of Organic Color

@article{Black1961ElectrophoreticSO,
  title={Electrophoretic Studies of Coagulation for Removal of Organic Color},
  author={A. P. Black and Donald G. Willems},
  journal={Journal American Water Works Association},
  year={1961},
  volume={53},
  pages={589-604}
}
platinum-cobalt scale. Most municipalities, however, endeavor to maintain lower concentrations, on the order of 10 or even less. Many industrial users, of which the pulp and paper industry is possibly the best example, require waters with low concentrations of color. For the production of highbrightness bleached pulp and paper, the maximum concentration of color tolerated is usually 5 or less. In many areas of the United States where the prevailing aquifers are limestones and where solution… Expand
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