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TOXICITY IDENTIFICATION AND CONFIRMATION OF METAL PLATTING WASTEWATER
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  • Journal title : Environmental Engineering Research
  • Volume 12, Issue 1,  2007, pp.16-20
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Environmental Engineering
  • DOI : 10.4491/eer.2007.12.1.016
 Title & Authors
TOXICITY IDENTIFICATION AND CONFIRMATION OF METAL PLATTING WASTEWATER
Kim, Hyo-Jin; Jo, Hun-Je; Park, Eun-Joo; Cho, Ki-Jong; Shin, Key-Il; Jung, Jin-Ho;
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 Abstract
Toxicity of metal plating wastewater was evaluated by using acute toxicity tests on Daphnia magna. To identify toxicants of metal plating wastewater, several manipulations such as solid phase extraction (SPE), ion exchange and graduated pH adjustment were used. The SPE test had no significant effect on baseline toxicity, suggesting absence of toxic non-polar organics in metal plating wastewater. However, anion exchange largely decreased the baseline toxicity by 88%, indicating the causative toxicants were inorganic anions. Considering high concentration of chromium in metal plating wastewater, it is thought the anion is Cr(VI) species. Graduated pH test showing independence of the toxicity on pH change strongly supports this assumption. However, as revealed by toxicity confirmation experiment, the initial toxicity of metal plating wastewater (24-h TU
 Keywords
Bioassay;Daphnia magna;Heavy metals;Metal plating wastewater;Toxicity identification;
 Language
English
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