• flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    2019-02-25· As observed, the flocculation of kaolin particles by KLD increased the average size of flocs. The particle size of kaolin was 4.7 µm without using polymers. The floc

  • (pdf) flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic

    (PDF) Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic

    Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin polymers. Article (PDF Available) in Scientific Reports 9(1) · December 2019 with 172 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each

  • flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    2019-02-25· Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin polymers. Hasan A(1), Fatehi P(2)(3). Author information: (1)Green Processes Research Centre and Chemical Engineering Department, Lakehead University, 955 Oliver Road, Thunder Bay, ON, P7B5E1, Canada.

  • flocculation performance of cationic polyacrylamide with

    Flocculation performance of cationic polyacrylamide with

    2017-06-30· In current research, the flocculation performance of cationic polyacrylamide flocculant PAMC with high cationic degree was investigated in HA synthetic water treatment, and the effect of kaolin particles was studied in kaolin-HA flocculation.

  • a kinetic investigation of cationic starch adsorption

    A kinetic investigation of cationic starch adsorption

    The flocculation kinetics of kaolin particles suspended in 0.01 mol/L NaCl solution and adsorption properties of cationic starch on kaolin surface have been investigated at pH 5.0. Adsorption kinetics of cationic starch followed pseudo-second-order model (R 2 > 0.98). Flocculation kinetics showed that increase in flocculant dosage resulted in

  • flocculation properties of high-substituted cationic starches

    Flocculation properties of high-substituted cationic starches

    2005-05-31· The best flocculation with soluble cationic starches obtained from hydroxyethylated starch occurred when the absorbed amount of cationic groups in the dose was enough to cover about half of anionic sites on kaolin particles. Such a flocculation of kaolin dispersion followed the charge neutralization mechanism. At a higher than optimal dose the

  • an effective flocculation method to the kaolin wastewater

    An Effective Flocculation Method to the Kaolin Wastewater

    Kaolin wastewater flocculation test outcome reveals that the PAD with high cationic degree and intrinsic viscosity could boost the charge neutralization and bridging capability. Consequently, the result is an excellent flocculation performance of treating kaolin wastewater.

  • the flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion by two

    The flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion by two

    The flocculation of kaolin suspension at various NaCl salt concentrations was studied to determine the effect of salt on the flocculation and to confirm the synergistic effect of cationic polyelectrolytes composition on the flocculation of kaolin. The K1/K2 composition with ratio 40/60, as the most efficient, was used as the flocculation composition in this research.

  • effect of coagulants and flocculants on dewatering

    EFFECT OF COAGULANTS AND FLOCCULANTS ON DEWATERING

    polymers (flocculation) may be used to accomplish this. Salts of multivalent cations viably lessening the surface charge of the particles are called coagulants, on the other hand, high molecular weight water-soluble polymers extensive enough to connect the particles are referred to as flocculants [8]. Polymers may be anionic, cationic or

  • evaluation of a novel dextran-based flocculant

    Evaluation of a novel dextran-based flocculant

    Given that large-sized insoluble inorganic particles can be easily and effectively removed by flocculation, the increasing of CR removal efficiency may be ascribed to the fact that CR molecules were adsorbed onto the kaolin particles before flocculation. The kaolin may act as bridges between DAB and CR, resulting in the simultaneous removal. 3

  • flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Flocculation experiments have been carried out using cationic polymers and kaolin suspensions. The effects of polymer dosage, kaolin concentration, pH, agitation, molecular weight and charge density of polymer, concentration of polymer solution, and addition of inorganic salt were systematically examined. It was found that two optimal points of polymer dosage exist between 0 to 8 × 10−3 kg

  • an effective flocculation method to the kaolin

    An Effective Flocculation Method to the Kaolin

    Kaolin wastewater flocculation test outcome reveals that the PAD with high cationic degree and intrinsic viscosity could boost the charge neutralization and bridging capability. Consequently, the result is an excellent flocculation performance of treating kaolin wastewater.

  • the flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides

    The Flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides

    The Flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides and the effect of cationic surfactant on this process Article in Journal of Applied Polymer Science 83(11):2382 2389 · March 2002 with 5 Reads

  • an effective flocculation method to the kaolin

    An Effective Flocculation Method to the Kaolin

    The kaolin wastewater flocculation results show that a high molecular weight and cationic degree of PAD-1 are what produced the strong charge neutralization and bridging abilities resulting in an excellent kaolin wastewater flocculation performance (residual turbidity = 5.9 NTU and floc size [d.sub.50] = 565.936 [micro]m).

  • dynamic flocculation process of kaolin particles

    Dynamic flocculation process of kaolin particles

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  • kinetics and mechanism of flocculation of bentonite

    Kinetics and mechanism of flocculation of bentonite

    The effects of cationic (Zetag 7589, Zetag 8660, and SNF 528) and anionic (Magnafloc 1011) polyelectrolytes, as well as the regimes and intensity of suspension stirring, on the kinetics of formation, disruption, and subsequent regrowth of aggregates of bentonite and kaolin particles

  • flocculating properties of water-soluble polymer-colloid

    Flocculating Properties of Water-Soluble Polymer-Colloid

    Keywords: Polymer-Colloid Complexes of Aluminoxane Particles, Weakly Charged Cationic Polyelectro-lytes, Kaolin, Flocculation . 1. Inroduction . At present, the problem of water supply acquires a global strategic significance since, firstly, water turned out to be the main deficit of

  • (pdf) flocculation of a high-turbidity kaolin suspension

    (PDF) Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension

    In current research, the flocculation performance of cationic polyacrylamide flocculant PAMC with high cationic degree was investigated in HA synthetic water treatment, and the effect of kaolin

  • influence of ph and ionic strength on flocculation of clay

    Influence of pH and ionic strength on flocculation of clay

    Request PDF Influence of pH and ionic strength on flocculation of clay suspensions with cationic xylan copolymer In this work, the influence of pH and ionic strength on the flocculation

  • effect of coagulants and flocculants on dewatering

    EFFECT OF COAGULANTS AND FLOCCULANTS ON DEWATERING

    polymers (flocculation) may be used to accomplish this. Salts of multivalent cations viably lessening the surface charge of the particles are called coagulants, on the other hand, high molecular weight water-soluble polymers extensive enough to connect the particles are referred to as flocculants [8]. Polymers may be anionic, cationic or

  • kinetics and mechanism of flocculation of bentonite

    Kinetics and mechanism of flocculation of bentonite

    The effects of cationic (Zetag 7589, Zetag 8660, and SNF 528) and anionic (Magnafloc 1011) polyelectrolytes, as well as the regimes and intensity of suspension stirring, on the kinetics of formation, disruption, and subsequent regrowth of aggregates of bentonite and kaolin particles

  • synthesis and flocculation characteristics of cationic

    Synthesis and flocculation characteristics of cationic

    particles, cationic polymers are more used as flocculating agents to remove finely divided solids from aqueous suspension [17]. The natural corncob powder (CP), mainly composed of cellulose, lignose and pentosan, has abundant output in China. Composed of much hydroxyl radicals, CP may be grafting by cationic polymers and perform efficient flocculation characteristics. In view of several

  • flocculating properties of water-soluble polymer-colloid

    Flocculating Properties of Water-Soluble Polymer-Colloid

    Keywords: Polymer-Colloid Complexes of Aluminoxane Particles, Weakly Charged Cationic Polyelectro-lytes, Kaolin, Flocculation . 1. Inroduction . At present, the problem of water supply acquires a global strategic significance since, firstly, water turned out to be the main deficit of

  • flocculation mechanism induced by cationic polymers

    Flocculation Mechanism Induced by Cationic Polymers

    Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin polymers. Scientific Reports 2019, 9 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-39135-z. R.K. Dwari, B.K. Mishra. Evaluation of flocculation characteristics of kaolinite dispersion system using guar gum: A green flocculant.

  • flocculation of a high-turbidity kaolin suspension using

    Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension Using

    ambient temperature, and the flocculation process was designed as follows: The kaolin-simulated wastewater was mixed after the addition of PAMD with a predetermined concentration under strong stirring (350 rpm) for 20 min and then slow stirring (50 rpm) for 15 min.

  • cationic xylan–metac copolymer as a flocculant for clay

    Cationic xylan–METAC copolymer as a flocculant for clay

    The size of kaolin particles increased from 3.2 to 9.8 and 11.7 μm, and that of bentonite particles from 5.8 to 13.8 and 15.5 μm by having 16 mg L −1 of CMX1 and CMX2 copolymers in the clay suspensions, respectively. The reversibility of the flocculation process was assessed with a photometric dispersion analyzer. Furthermore, unmodified

  • a kinetic investigation of cationic starch adsorption

    A kinetic investigation of cationic starch adsorption

    2007-09-15· A kinetic investigation of cationic starch adsorption and flocculation in kaolin suspension A kinetic investigation of cationic starch adsorption and flocculation in kaolin suspension Chen, Yanxiao; Liu, Shaoying; Wang, Gongying 2007-09-15 00:00:00 The flocculation kinetics of kaolin particles suspended in 0.01 mol/L NaCl solution and adsorption properties of cationic starch on kaolin

  • the flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion

    The flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion

    2017-02-20· Read "The flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion by two cationic polyelectrolytes, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • flocculating properties of water-soluble polymer-colloid

    Flocculating Properties of Water-Soluble Polymer-Colloid

    The flocculating properties of polymer-colloid complexes (PCCs) formed via noncovalent interactions of positively charged aluminoxane particles (APs) with macromolecules of weakly charged cationic acrylamide copolymers from the Praestol and Organopol series have been studied. The PCCs that spontaneously formed during mixing of sols of a high-basicity aluminum polyhydroxochloride (APHC)

  • study on the aggregation behavior of kaolinite particles

    Study on the aggregation behavior of kaolinite particles

    Cationic surfactants showed the best performance in promoting the kaolinite aggregation compared with anionic and non-ionic surfactants. The settling yield of kaolinite particles was more than 98%, and the fractal dimension of the flocs was up to 1.70 in the presence of DDA.

  • the flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion

    The flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion

    2017-02-20· Read "The flocculation of kaolin aqueous dispersion by two cationic polyelectrolytes, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • flocculation of both kaolin and hematite suspensions

    Flocculation of Both Kaolin and Hematite Suspensions

    The flocculation performance of these two flocculants has been systematically studied using kaolin and hematite suspensions as synthetic wastewater under various pH conditions. CMS-CTA-P and CMS-CTA-N exhibited inverse flocculation behavior, but the commonness was that the starch-based flocculants with charge opposite to those of the contaminants in water always had higher flocculation

  • novel, rosin‐based, hydrophobically modified cationic

    Novel, rosin‐based, hydrophobically modified cationic

    The flocculation mechanism with CPAM as a flocculant can be explained with a bridging mechanism, a charge‐neutralization mechanism, and a patching mechanism; of these, the charge‐neutralization mechanism plays the most important role. 15, 16 CPAM with a high positive charge density is absorbed on the surface of kaolin particles via charge

  • an effective flocculation method to the kaolin wastewater

    An Effective Flocculation Method to the Kaolin Wastewater

    An Effective Flocculation Method to the Kaolin Wastewater Treatment by a Cationic Polyacrylamide (CPAM): Preparation, Characterization, and Flocculation Performance Badradine Zakaria Djibrine ,1,2 Huaili Zheng ,1,2 Moxi Wang,1,2 Shuang Liu,1,2 Xiaomin Tang ,1,2,3 Sarfaraz Khan,1,2 Andrea Navarro Jimenéz,1,2 and Li Feng 1,2

  • flocculation of kaolin by waxy maize starch phosphates

    Flocculation of kaolin by waxy maize starch phosphates

    Flocculation of kaolin by waxy maize starch phosphates Randal L. Shogren* Plant Polymer Research Unit, National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, USDA/ARS/NCAUR, 1815 N. University St., Peoria, IL 61604, USA

  • the flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides

    The flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides

    The Flocculation of Kaolin by Cationic Polyacrylamides and the Effect of Cationic Surfactant on This Process ALISON M. MCCARRON, SABRINA CRISPO, TRUIS SMITH-PALMER Chemistry Department, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, B2G 2W5, Canada Received 16 January 2001; accepted 3 June 2001 Published online 2 January 2002 The flocculation of kaolin suspended in a

  • the investigation of the specific behavior of a cationic

    The investigation of the specific behavior of a cationic

    The strong charge neutralization and patching ability generated by the cationic microblocks could attract and thoroughly neutralize the negatively charged kaolin particles and thereby cause kaolin colloids to lose their stability for the next flocculation step of adsorption and bridging. 56 Besides, the cationic microblocks in TPAA would lead

  • the flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides

    The flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides

    The flocculation of kaolin by cationic polyacrylamides and the effect of cationic surfactant on this process Alison M. McCarron Chemistry Department, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, B2G 2W5, Canada

  • lignin-based flocculant and dispersant for wastewater

    Lignin-based flocculant and dispersant for wastewater

    flocculation efficiency of these cationic lignin polymers depended on the adsorbed amount of . iii polymer on kaolin and bentonite particles, but not on the unadsorbed amount present in the suspensions. In this study, the flocs size and structure of cationic lignin in kaolin suspension was determined by a focused beam reflectance measurement (FBRM) and the results were correlated with

  • flocculation and sedimentation of cane sugar juice

    Flocculation and sedimentation of cane sugar juice

    Flocculation and sedimentation of cane sugar juice particles with cationic homo‐ and copolymers William O. S. Doherty Sugar Research Institute, Box 5611 Mackay MC, Queensland 4741, Australia

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