Using fluorescence spectroscopy EEM to evaluate the efficiency of organic matter removal during coagulation-flocculation of a tropical surface water (Agbo reservoir).

@article{Gon2009UsingFS,
  title={Using fluorescence spectroscopy EEM to evaluate the efficiency of organic matter removal during coagulation-flocculation of a tropical surface water (Agbo reservoir).},
  author={Droh Lancin{\'e} Gon{\'e} and J. Seidel and Christelle Batiot and Kamagat{\'e} Bamory and Raymond Ligban and Jean Bi{\'e}mi},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2009},
  volume={172 2-3},
  pages={693-9}
}
This study evaluate the use of fluorophores A, C and T fluorescence intensities to access the coagulation efficiency for removing dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in the raw water from Agbo reservoir in Ivory Coast. A coagulation-flocculation was conducted with aluminium sulphate as coagulant and DOC residual and fluorescence intensities were acquired. The consistency of fluorescence data was evaluated to ensure that no inner-effect, quenching or enhanced intensities affect the data. Fluorescence… CONTINUE READING

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