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natural flocculants from fresh and saline wastewater

Natural flocculants from fresh and saline wastewater

Natural flocculants, due to their eco-friendliness, have gained increasing attention for (waste) water treatment and are promising alternatives to oil-based synthetic flocculants. We systematically investigated simultaneous industrial wastewater treatment with the production of microbial extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) as natural

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determination of flocculation characteristics of natural

DETERMINATION OF FLOCCULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF NATURAL

The effects of flocculant type, dosage and pH were examined. The results obtained from this study indicated that in terms of the settling rate and turbidity, the medium anionic SPP 508 flocculant of 28% charge density showed a better flocculation performance compared to other conventional and UMA flocculants at natural pH. The SPP 508 flocculant

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main types of organic polymer flocculants - cpolymer

Main Types of organic polymer flocculants - Cpolymer

Organic polymer flocculants are divided into two categories: natural polymer and synthetic polymer. From the chemical structure, it can be divided into the following three types: (1) Polyamine type-low molecular weight cationic electrolyte; (2) Quaternary ammonium type-wide range of molecular weight and high cationicity; (3) The copolymer of

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comparison of synthetic and natural organic polymers as

Comparison of Synthetic and Natural Organic Polymers as

In contrast, additions of natural organic flocculant only manage to remove 54.2 and 67 % at the optimum pH 5, coagulant and flocculant dosage at 427.4 and 21.9 mg/ L respectively. However, polyacrylamide treatment claimed to be more toxic based on lethal concentration (LC ) 50 at 17 % compare to natural organic flocculant at 34%.

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the effect of flocculant polyacrylamide

the effect of flocculant polyacrylamide

The Effect Of Flocculant Polyacrylamide Brovie Chemicals The application of anionic polyacrylamide involves mining, ore dressing and metallurgy. By using polyacrylamide, it can promote the rapid settlement of effective solid materials, or accelerate the concentration of fine objects, improve the solid-liquid separation effect, reduce tailings

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(pdf) potential of natural flocculant in coagulation

(PDF) Potential of Natural Flocculant in Coagulation

Some natural flocculant was derived from of chemical flocculants in water and wastewater treatment has drawn several concerns especially in terms of further toxicity and its effect to the

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flocculant - an overview | sciencedirect topics

Flocculant - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

The pH affects the zeta potential of the negatively charged cells in suspension and, therefore, the flocculation behavior. The pH also affects the chemical character of certain flocculants. For example, a pH close to neutral is optimal for cationic polymer flocculants such as chitosan, as discussed earlier.

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determination of flocculation characteristics of natural

DETERMINATION OF FLOCCULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF NATURAL

The effects of flocculant type, dosage and pH were examined. The results obtained from this study indicated that in terms of the settling rate and turbidity, the medium anionic SPP 508 flocculant of 28% charge density showed a better flocculation performance compared to other conventional and UMA flocculants at natural pH. The SPP 508 flocculant

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harvesting freshwater microalgae with natural polymer flocculants

Harvesting freshwater microalgae with natural polymer flocculants

The harvesting performance and cost analysis of the four natural flocculants were next compared . As a common natural flocculant, Chitosan efficiently harvested microalgae cells. A high HE of 98.9% for C. vulgaris and 96.1% for S. obliquus was obtained at low Chitosan dosages (5 mg L −1 and 3 mg L −1). Meanwhile, good dewatering

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progress in research and application of natural polymer

Progress in Research and Application of Natural Polymer

Natural polymer coagulant refers to a product made by achieving good coagulation effect. Lu et al. [16] grafted flocculant had a decolorizing effect on the acid dyes of

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effects of charge density and molecular weight of papermaking

Effects of charge density and molecular weight of papermaking

Natural polymers seem to be popular because of their richness, environmental friendliness and biodegradability (Verma et al., 2012). Recently, natural polymer-based flocculants have been prepared and exerted excellent decontamination efficiencies in water or wastewater treatment.

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application of organic coagulants in water and wastewater

Application of Organic Coagulants in Water and Wastewater

4.2.4 Application of organic polymers. Organic polymers and inorganic coagulants over the years have been used in chemical treatment and purification of water and wastewater [ 41 ]. These are used in chemical treatment to assist sedimentation of sewage solids to enhance the removal of suspended matter.

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cn101284693b - natural organic polymer composite flocculant

CN101284693B - Natural organic polymer composite flocculant

The invention provides a natural macromolecule composite flocculant, which is composed of plant amylose made from degraded chitosan and oreocnide frutescens skin and/or Chuanghua nanmu skin, and can be used in such fields of cane juice clarification, syrup floating, decoloring, waste water clarification, mineral dressing setting agent, the sedimentation of yellow waste starch slurry, and

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coagulation and flocculation in water and wastewater

Coagulation and Flocculation in Water and Wastewater

Natural polymers have long been used as flocculants. For example, Sanskrit literature from around 2000 BC mentions the use of crushed nuts from the Nirmali tree (Strychnos potatorum) for clarifying water – a practice still alive today in parts of Tamil Nadu, where the plant is known as Therran and cultivated also for its medicinal properties.

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flocculation - wikipedia

Flocculation - Wikipedia

Flocculation (except in polymer science) Process of contact and adhesion whereby dispersed molecules or particles are held together by weak physical interactions ultimately leading to phase separation by the formation of precipitates of larger than colloidal size. Note 1: Agglomeration is a reversible process.

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comparison of synthetic and natural organic polymers as

Comparison of Synthetic and Natural Organic Polymers as

In contrast, additions of natural organic flocculant only manage to remove 54.2 and 67 % at the optimum pH 5, coagulant and flocculant dosage at 427.4 and 21.9 mg/ L respectively. However, polyacrylamide treatment claimed to be more toxic based on lethal concentration (LC ) 50 at 17 % compare to natural organic flocculant at 34%.

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wide range of polymers has been developed for use in municipal water and wastewater treatment. These polymers are more commonly used today for water clarification than na-turally occurring organic compounds (Terrell 1977). Polymer flocculants (often called polyelectrolytes) usualllr consist of long spaghetti-like chains of molecules with

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(pdf) potential of natural flocculant in coagulation

(PDF) Potential of Natural Flocculant in Coagulation

Some natural flocculant was derived from of chemical flocculants in water and wastewater treatment has drawn several concerns especially in terms of further toxicity and its effect to the

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progress in research and application of natural polymer

Progress in Research and Application of Natural Polymer

Natural polymer coagulant refers to a product made by achieving good coagulation effect. Lu et al. [16] grafted flocculant had a decolorizing effect on the acid dyes of

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chemical treatment to control turbidity on construction sites

Chemical Treatment to Control Turbidity on Construction Sites

Treat it with chemical flocculants. The most practical and least expensive option for most situations is flocculation. Flocculation is the process of causing small, suspended materials to stick to each other to form “flocs.” These larger flocs settle more readily, compared to individual particles.

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cn101284693b - natural organic polymer composite flocculant

CN101284693B - Natural organic polymer composite flocculant

The invention provides a natural macromolecule composite flocculant, which is composed of plant amylose made from degraded chitosan and oreocnide frutescens skin and/or Chuanghua nanmu skin, and can be used in such fields of cane juice clarification, syrup floating, decoloring, waste water clarification, mineral dressing setting agent, the sedimentation of yellow waste starch slurry, and

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flocculants: the first step to cleaner water! - lesson

Flocculants: The First Step to Cleaner Water! - Lesson

Another common flocculant is polyacrylamide. Polyacrylamide is a polymer, meaning it is made of many (poly) parts (mer). The name polyacrylamide, indicates the type of parts that compose the chemical: poly (many) acrylamide (type of parts). The chemical acrylamide has the structure shown in Figure 5. Figure 5. Chemical structure of acrylamide.

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improving the efficiency of a coagulation-flocculation

Improving the Efficiency of a Coagulation-Flocculation

Dual flocculation (sequential addition of two chemicals) presents some advantages compared with single polymer flocculant, as higher overall level of aggregation, less sensitivity to variations of polyelectrolyte concentration, good sludge dewatering, superior retention, and shear-resistant flocs, and so forth.

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