optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant

optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for Treating Pig Biogas Slurry Using the Box⁻Behnken Response Surface Method Int J Environ Res Public Health . 2019 Mar 19;16(6):996. doi: 10.3390/ijerph16060996.

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

AMA Style. Li Y, Li L, Yasser Farouk R, Wang Y. Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for Treating Pig Biogas Slurry Using the Box–Behnken Response Surface Method.

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

Polyaluminum chloride (PAC) is a cheaper water-soluble inorganic polymer flocculant (IPF) with properties such as adsorption, coagulation, and precipitation [14,15], so it is widely applied to water treatment (Yang et al., 2014; Ali and Kim 2016). But PAC also has some shortcomings, such as instability and corrosivity.

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for Treating Pig Biogas Slurry Using the Box–Behnken Response Surface Method Yu Li 1, Leigang Li 1, Reham Yasser Farouk 1,2 and Yuanyuan Wang 1,* 1 Key Laboratory of Agricultural Equipment in Mid-Lower Yangtze River, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

In this study, to fully utilize the advantages of the two flocculants and achieve efficient removal rates of nitrogen and phosphorus from a biogas slurry, chitosan (CTS) and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) were used as a composite flocculation agent to flocculate pig biogas slurries.

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

Samples were rapidly mixed for 15 s, followed by the application of the flocculant polyaluminum chloride (PAC; 16%-18% Al 2 O 3 ) at a concentration of 67 g L −1 , according to recommendations

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride chitosan flocculant

optimization of polyaluminum chloride chitosan flocculant

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for . Polyaluminum chloride (PAC) is a cheaper water-soluble inorganic polymer flocculant (IPF) with properties such as adsorption, coagulation, and precipitation [14,15], so it is widely applied to water treatment (Yang et al., 2014; Ali and Kim 2016).

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for Treating Pig Biogas Slurry Using the Box⁻Behnken Response Surface Method. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019; 16(6) (ISSN: 1660-4601)

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for

In this study, to fully utilize the advantages of the two flocculants and achieve efficient removal rates of nitrogen and phosphorus from a biogas slurry, chitosan (CTS) and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) were used as a composite flocculation agent to flocculate pig biogas slurries.

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for

Optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant for treating pig biogas slurry using the box–behnken response surface method

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optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant

optimization of polyaluminum chloride-chitosan flocculant

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for Treating Pig Biogas Slurry Using the Box–Behnken Response Surface Method Yu Li , 1 Leigang Li , 1

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ijerph, vol. 16, pages 996: optimization of polyaluminum

IJERPH, Vol. 16, Pages 996: Optimization of Polyaluminum

In this study, to fully utilize the advantages of the two flocculants and achieve efficient removal rates of nitrogen and phosphorus from a biogas slurry, chitosan (CTS) and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) were used as a composite flocculation agent to flocculate pig biogas slurries. The response surface method was used to study the effect of PAC added (PACadded) to the composite flocculant (CF

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experimental study on chitosan composite flocculant

experimental study on chitosan composite flocculant

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan. However, regarding composite flocculants, most of the current research is focused on the removal of metal ions, turbidity and COD, but not on the nitrogen and phosphorus. In the paper, the flocculant performance in reducing high concentrations of ammonia nitrogen and

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experimental study on chitosan composite flocculant

experimental study on chitosan composite flocculant

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for In this study, to fully utilize the advantages of the two flocculants and achieve efficient removal rates of nitrogen and phosphorus from a biogas slurry, chitosan (CTS) and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) were used as a composite flocculation agent to flocculate pig biogas slurries.

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application of a chitosan flocculant to water treatment

Application of a chitosan flocculant to water treatment

A novel composite chitosan flocculant was made from chitosan, polyaluminium chloride (PAC) and silicate. Compared with the conventional flocculant such as PAC, the percentage of removing COD, SS and Al3+ in the treated water using this novel composite chitosan flocculant were enhanced by 1.8–23.7%, 50% and 61.2–85.5%, respectively, and its cost was cut down 7–34%.

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application of chitosan composite flocculant in tap water

Application of Chitosan Composite Flocculant in Tap Water

The chitosan is a good flocculant for tap water treatment because of its properties such as faster deposition rate and higher removal efficiency for COD (organic matter), SS (suspended solids), and metal ions. However, its high price limits the use in tap water treatment. In this paper, in order to reduce costs, chitosan (CTS), polyaluminum chloride (CF-PAC), and modified rectorite (Al(OH)<sub

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optimization of spirogyra flocculation using polyaluminium

Optimization of Spirogyra Flocculation Using Polyaluminium

Article. Optimization of Spirogyra Flocculation Using Polyaluminium Chloride. June 2014; KSBB Journal 29(3):220-224

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experimental study on chitosan composite flocculant

experimental study on chitosan composite flocculant

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for In this study, to fully utilize the advantages of the two flocculants and achieve efficient removal rates of nitrogen and phosphorus from a biogas slurry, chitosan (CTS) and polyaluminum chloride (PAC) were used as a composite flocculation agent to flocculate pig biogas slurries.

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wo2019051743a1 - method for preparing polyaluminum chloride

WO2019051743A1 - Method for preparing polyaluminum chloride

Disclosed is a method for preparing a polyaluminum chloride-chitosan composite flocculant, comprising the following steps: dissolving 4-8 parts of aluminum chloride hexahydrate into 80-90 parts of deionized water, slowly dropwise adding 60-70 parts of a 0.5 mol/mL NaOH solution under the conditions of rapid magnetic stirring at 40ºC-50ºC, and 2-4 h after the addition, curing same for 1-2 d

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application of a chitosan flocculant to water treatment

Application of a chitosan flocculant to water treatment

A novel composite chitosan flocculant was made from chitosan, polyaluminium chloride (PAC) and silicate. Compared with the conventional flocculant such as PAC, the percentage of removing COD, SS and Al3+ in the treated water using this novel composite chitosan flocculant were enhanced by 1.8–23.7%, 50% and 61.2–85.5%, respectively, and its cost was cut down 7–34%.

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good quality chitosan flocculant water treatment | chemical

good quality chitosan flocculant water treatment | chemical

Optimization of Polyaluminum Chloride-Chitosan Flocculant for Treating Pig Biogas Slurry Using the Box–Behnken Response Surface Method. Chitosan (CTS) is a natural polymer derived from renewable resources [], and it is an important polymer flocculant for water treatment as a cationic polysaccharide.

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application of a chitosan flocculant to water treatment

Application of a chitosan flocculant to water treatment

A novel composite chitosan flocculant was made from chitosan, polyaluminium chloride (PAC) and silicate. Compared with the conventional flocculant such as PAC, the percentage of removing COD, SS and Al3+ in the treated water using this novel composite chitosan flocculant were enhanced by 1.8-23.7%, 50% and 61.2-85.5%, respectively, and its cost was cut down 7-34%.

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parametric optimization of cyanobacteria coagulation by

Parametric optimization of cyanobacteria coagulation by

Parametric optimization of cyanobacteria coagulation by combining chitosan and polyaluminum chloride LIANG Han-ying 1 , CHENG Xiao-wei 1 , LI Jun-peng 1 , YANG Xue-qiang 2 , PAN Wei-bin 1 1.

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effect of chitosan polymeric aluminum composite flocculant

effect of chitosan polymeric aluminum composite flocculant

A novel composite chitosan flocculant was made from chitosan, polyaluminium chloride (PAC) and silicate. Compared with the conventional flocculant such as PAC, the percentage of removing COD, SS and Al 3+ in the treated water using this novel composite chitosan flocculant were enhanced by 1.8?3.7%, 50% and 61.2?5.5%, respectively, and its

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