comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies

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comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies

comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies of

Comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies of

function of both flocculation time allowed and the wavelength of UV- radiation used. Hence, the flocculation efficiency was higher for longer flocculation times and longer wavelengths of UV-radiation and vice versa. The flocculation efficiencies obtained after 24 hours at λ=800 nm followed the order below: MO (99.61%) > GA-g-

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a comparative study on the efficiency of ozonation and

A comparative study on the efficiency of ozonation and

function of both flocculation time allowed and the wavelength of UV- radiation used. Hence, the flocculation efficiency was higher for longer flocculation times and longer wavelengths of UV-radiation and vice versa. The flocculation efficiencies obtained after 24 hours at λ=800 nm followed the order below: MO (99.61%) > GA-g-

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a comparative study on the efficiency of ozonation and

A comparative study on the efficiency of ozonation and

A comparative study on the efficiency of ozonation and coagulation-flocculation as pretreatment to activated carbon adsorption of biologically stabilized landfill leachate Waste Manag . 2015 Sep;43:335-42. doi: 10.1016/j.wasman.2015.06.014.

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coagulation–flocculation treatment of high-strength agro

Coagulation–flocculation treatment of high-strength agro

The removal efficiency increased with the increase in coagulant dose and decrease in pH. M. oleifera was very effective in reducing PFOS and PFOA than conventional coagulants, with a reduction efficiencies of 65% and 72%, respectively, at a dose of 30 mg/L. Both PAC and GAC were very effective in reducing these compounds than coagulations.

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comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies of

Comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies of

Flocculation capabilities of GA-g-PAAM, the reactive blends (RB), the physical blends (PB) and Moringa oleifera were studied on turbid river water using UV-Visible spectrophotometry at three different wavelengths (λ=400, λ=600 and λ=800 nm) in order to observe the effect of wavelength on flocculation efficiency.

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comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies of

Comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies of

Comparative studies on the flocculation efficiencies of Moringa oleifera (MO), polyacrylamide-grafted gum arabic (GA-g-PAAM) and blended products of MO and PA-g-PAAM M. B. ALANG *, J. T. BARMINAS, B. A. ALIYU, R. USAKU and A. E. SAMUEL Department of Chemistry, Federal University of Technology, PMB 2076 Yola – Nigeria.

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