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(pdf) new class of flocculants and coagulants - researchgate

(PDF) New Class of Flocculants and Coagulants - ResearchGate

yu-Jane Sheng Heng-Kwong Tsao View ... Although cost-effective, it generates a slurry that necessitates dewatering from sewage sludge before it can be disposed of in landfills. Flocculation and...

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innovative polymeric inorganic coagulant-flocculant for wastewater purification with simultaneous microbial reduction in treated ...

Innovative polymeric inorganic coagulant-flocculant for wastewater purification with simultaneous microbial reduction in treated ...

open access Highlights ? Poly-ferric chloride (POFC) was successfully synthesized using pickling waste and blast furnace dust. ? POFC exhibited enhanced coagulant-flocculant activity for treatment and microbial decontamination of domestic wastewater. ? Poly-ferric chloride (POFC) had a high antibacterial efficiency against different microbes. ?

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biopolymer-based flocculants: a review of recent technologies | environmental science and pollution research - springer

Biopolymer-based flocculants: a review of recent technologies | Environmental Science and Pollution Research - Springer

50 Citations Explore all metrics Abstract Biopolymer-based flocculants have become a potential substitute for inorganic coagulants and synthetic organic flocculants due to their wide natural reserves, environmental friendliness, easy natural degradation, and high material safety.

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water | free full-text | comparison of four plant-based bio-coagulants performances against alum and ferric chloride in the turbidity ... - mdpi

Water | Free Full-Text | Comparison of Four Plant-Based Bio-Coagulants Performances against Alum and Ferric Chloride in the Turbidity ... - MDPI

Due to their cost-effectiveness, low toxicity, and naturally renewable properties, bio-coagulants for water treatment are gaining popularity. In this context, four bio-coagulants were tested for their ability in turbidity reduction in a synthetic bentonite suspension: Opuntia ficus indica (OFI) and Moringa oleifera (MO) seeds, two well-established vegetal materials in the domain of bio

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practical aspects of coagulation with ferric chloride [with discussion]

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF COAGULATION WITH FERRIC CHLORIDE [with DISCUSSION]

The physical data for solid ferric chloride (FeCb-?H^O) are as follows : Specific gravity Weight per cubic foot (unbroken) Weight per cubic foot (lumps) Melting point Solubility in water at 0 C. (32 F.) = 100 lbs. in 4.9 gal. H2O Content of FeCb * As determined from

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use of novel composite coagulants for arsenic removal from waters¡ªexperimental insight for the application of polyferric sulfate (pfs) - mdpi

Use of Novel Composite Coagulants for Arsenic Removal from Waters¡ªExperimental Insight for the Application of Polyferric Sulfate (PFS) - MDPI

The results showed that the pre-polymerized coagulants of iron, such as poly-ferric sulfate and poly-ferric silicate chloride, were very efficient for As(V) removal. With regard to As(III) removal, among all examined coagulants, including the conventional ferric chloride, only the poly-ferric sulfate (PFS) was able to reduce As(III) to concentrations below the drinking water regulation limit

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degradation of diazo congo red dye by using synthesized poly-ferric-silicate-sulphate through co-polymerization process

Degradation of Diazo Congo Red Dye by Using Synthesized Poly-Ferric-Silicate-Sulphate through Co-Polymerization Process

The ability of poly-ferric-silicate-sulphate (PFSS) synthesized via a co-polymerization process has been applied for the removal of diazo Congo red dye. A novel degradation pathway of diazo Congo red dye by using PFSS is proposed based on LC¨CMS analysis. Diazo Congo red dye was successfully removed using synthesized PFSS at lower coagulant dosages and a wider pH range, i.e., 9 mg/L from pH 5

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polyferric sulphate: preparation, characterisation and application in coagulation experiments

Polyferric sulphate: Preparation, characterisation and application in coagulation experiments

Additionally, appropriate ferric chloride (FC) could promote the SCFAs accumulation, while poly ferric sulfate (PFS) inhibited the bioprocess. Iron/persulfate (PS ) system was proved to effectively enhance the SCFAs production while mechanism analysis revealed that the strong oxidizing radicals remarkably enhanced the solubilization and hydrolysis.

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characterization and coagulation performance of a novel inorganic polymer coagulant¡ªpoly-zinc-silicate-sulfate

Characterization and coagulation performance of a novel inorganic polymer coagulant¡ªPoly-zinc-silicate-sulfate

The stability of different prepared polymeric coagulant of poly- ferric chloride was investigated to assessing precipitation or gelation of suspended coagulant (Zeng and Park, 2009). The stability of the coagulant solution was scrutinized at the same room temperature 25oC, and the stability is identified as the period when liquid coagulant forms precipitate.

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coagulation performance and microstructural morphology of a novel magnetic composite coagulant for pre-treating landfill leachate - international

Coagulation performance and microstructural morphology of a novel magnetic composite coagulant for pre-treating landfill leachate - International

A novel magnetic composite coagulant, prepared from nano-Fe3O4 and poly-aluminum chloride, was introduced to pre-treat mature landfill leachate. The coagulation performance of the coagulant as well as its microstructural morphology was discussed. Coagulation experimental results revealed that the coagulation performance of the landfill leachate using the new coagulant was better than that

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