- Volume 8 Issue 3
This study aimed to elucidate the relationship between theoretical parameters affecting the coagulation process and the real coagulation phenomenon applied to the dye wastewater. Emphasis was placed on the effective removal of the suspend particulates. Parameters studied in this study are pH, coagulant concentration and surface potential. Optimal dosages of coagulants by the measurement of the zeta potential at lower then
- zeta Potential in Colloid Science Hunter, R.J.
- J. Colloidal Interface Sci. v.57 no.105 The Microrheology of Colloidal Dispersion-IV: Paris of Interacting Spheres in Shear Flow Van de ven, T.G.M.;S.G. Mason
- Aquatic Chemistry(2nd ed.) Werner Stumm;James J. Morgan
- Physicochemical Processes For Water Quality Control Walter J. Weber, JR
- J. Colloid Interface Sci. v.63 Surface ionisation and complexation at the oxide/water interface. I. Computation of electrical double layer properties in simple electrolytes Davis, J.A.;R.O. James;J.O. Leckie
- J. Water Poll. Con. Fed. v.39 Studies on Activated Carbon Treatment Bishop, D.F.;L.S. Marshal;T.P. O'Farrell;R.B. Dean;B. O'Connor;R.A. Dobbs;S.H. Griggs;R.V. villiers
- Simulation of Colloidal Destabilization with Metal Coagulants Jia-Ming Chern
- Principles of Colloid and Surface Chemistry Paul C. Hiemenz
- Surface Chemistry : Theory and Industrial Application Osipow, L.I.