4 edition of Chlorite ion reduction by ferrous iron addition found in the catalog.
Published 1993 by Administrator in AWWA Research Foundation and American Water Works Association
Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-37).1P-5C-90627-3/93-CM--Cover.
|Statement||AWWA Research Foundation and American Water Works Association|
|Publishers||AWWA Research Foundation and American Water Works Association|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
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As previously mentioned, one or more oxidizing chemicals may be added to the source water in order to chemically alter or decrease thru oxidation the amount of organic matter present in the source water.
At full production of 20 mgd in each plant, the contact time in the sedimentation basin is 45 minutes, resulting in an average Giardia disinfection CT concentration X Time credit. 4,609,472 teaches the removal of chlorate ions from brine using acid and hydrazine hydrochloride.
Some of these reactions, such as those with hydrocarbons, alcohols, and ethers, can be explosive. Conclusions The following conclusions can be made with reasonable certainty:• Ozone's short half-life may allow treated water to be discharged without harm to the environment.
Producing chlorine dioxide gas at greater than 95 percent efficiency;• Introduction Eka Chemicals developed a new, proprietary small scale chlorine dioxide process SVP-Pure system for water treatment applications. In cooling water systems, this alkalinity reduction can have a major impact on corrosion rates.
The inventive concept of the herein disclosed invention is distinct from that of European patent 0 196 075. Clicking on the donut icon will load a page at altmetric. Description The present invention concerns a method and means of treating drinking water.
Physical Properties and Aqueous Reactions Chlorine in its gaseous state was discovered by Karl W. Plant Effluent: This would include once-through cooling water, where biofilm control is targeted, or once through cooling water, where control of zebra mussels is desired. In Table 6, a comparison of chlorite and chlorate levels are presented from samples taken at each plant effluent and within the distribution system that is a blend of both plants effluent.
Plant 1 average chlorite level was higher than Plant 2 because of the slight underfeed of ferrous ion that resulted in improved settled water turbidity but with the consequence of 0.
0 ppm ClO2 is used.
Combining Methods for the Reduction of Oxychlorine Residuals in Drinking Water.