polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation
polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation
polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation
polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation
polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation
polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation process of

Polymeric Branched Flocculant Effect on the Flocculation Process of

Polymeric Branched Flocculant Effect on the Flocculation Process of Pulp Suspensions in the Papermaking Industry | Request PDF Polymeric Branched Flocculant Effect on the Flocculation Process...

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polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation process of

Polymeric Branched Flocculant Effect on the Flocculation Process of

This paper presents the effect of the structure of cationic polyacrylamides (CPAMs) on flocculation of pulp suspensions and floc properties. A focused beam reflectance measurement (FBRM) probe was used to monitor flocculation, deflocculation, and reflocculation processes in real time.

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polymeric branched flocculant effect on the flocculation process of

Polymeric Branched Flocculant Effect on the Flocculation Process of

Cheng Shulei LiYinfei LiaoGuosheng LiZhen LiYijun Cao Water science and technology : a journal of the¡­ The copolymer may be promising in solid-liquid separation to improve the floc size, floc strength, and settling and dewatering rate to achieve much lower moisture filtered cake. Shulei LiL. GaoYijun CaoX. GuiZhen Li

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polymeric branched flocculants effect on flocculation process of pulp

Polymeric branched flocculants effect on flocculation process of pulp

the white waters. During the last years, the effect of flocculant characteristics on flocculation and floc properties have been widely studied in order to improve the productivity of papermaking process and the quality of final product by means of the optimization of retention, drainage and sheet formation1-5.

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water soluble polymer flocculants: synthesis, characterization,

Water Soluble Polymer Flocculants: Synthesis, Characterization,

The systematic development of a flocculant relies on a good understanding of flocculation process, polymer synthesis, polymer characterization, and, not the least, flocculation performance assessment as desired for a particular treatment process, all of which are essential to establish meaningful relationships between flocculant microstructure and flocculation efficiency.

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comparison of cationic flocculants with different branching structure

Comparison of cationic flocculants with different branching structure

Overall, previous studies suggest that cationic flocculants form complexes with HSs before adsorption to other surfaces, and that branched polymers are superior flocculants to linear ones. However, it is unclear how branched polymers affect the formation of complexes and how these complexes affect the flocculation kinetics of colloidal particles.

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recent achievements in polymer bio-based flocculants for water

Recent Achievements in Polymer Bio-Based Flocculants for Water

Flocculants¡ªsubstances accelerating the agglomeration of colloidal particles and falling of floc sediments in the water system as well as increasing the removal efficiency of pollutions¡ªare commonly used in processes of water and wastewater purification [ 5 ].

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biopolymer-based flocculants: a review of recent technologies

Biopolymer-based flocculants: a review of recent technologies

Another report shows that the cost of flocculation depends not only on the cost of flocculant itself, but also on the dosage; although the unit price of chitosan is three times higher than that of ferric chloride, the cost of chitosan (65 $/ton treated biomass) is lower than that of ferric chloride (87 $/ton treated biomass) when it is used in flocculation of Chlamydomonas (Lama et al. 2016).

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effect of shearing forces and flocculant overdose on filler

Effect of Shearing Forces and Flocculant Overdose on Filler

Polymer particles, Polymers, Suspensions Abstract The increasing use of fillers makes filler retention a more critical issue. The effects of both shearing and flocculant overdose on filler flocculation kinetics and mechanisms and floc properties, in the absence of fibers, are presented.

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nanostructured dextran-graft-polyacrylamide flocculants: effect of

Nanostructured Dextran-Graft-Polyacrylamide Flocculants: Effect of

In the flocculation process, the polymers are used as flocculating agent for the formation of bridges between the colloidal particles or other impurities that form clusters [ 4, 5, 6, 7 ]. Moreover, the flocculating agents can remove some dissolved impurities by reacting with a functional group of the flocculant.

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