• polymer flocculants springerlink link.springer

    Polymer Flocculants SpringerLink link.springer

    2015-01-17· Polymer flocculants have a collecting and precipitating function. Polymer flocculants tend to be used in water purification, because polymer flocculants can increase aggregates by gathering components of fine turbidity which cannot sink as it is in the wastewater and can enhance solid–liquid separation from a wastewater.

  • composite inorganic polymer flocculants springerlink

    Composite Inorganic Polymer Flocculants SpringerLink

    The main components of composite inorganic polymer flocculants are the Al, Fe and Si compounds. They can be hydroxylized individually before combination or afterwards when they

  • challenges in developing polymer flocculants to improve

    Challenges in developing polymer flocculants to improve

    Polymer flocculants could help improve the effectiveness of separation of solids from bitumen, reducing the energy required for mechanical separation. Effective polymer flocculants must be hydrophobic for enhanced solubility (or dispersibility in petroleum) and contain polar or charged groups for bonding to fine solid particles. Candidates with

  • optimization of freshwater microalgal biomass springer

    Optimization of freshwater microalgal biomass Springer

    2015-07-10· The flocculation process consists of different stages as displayed in Fig. 2.This shows the different phases during a flocculation process using S.acuminatus with the flocculant PK55H. After the addition of the polymer (a), the mixing speed was increased for 1 min to allow flocculant distribution (b).

  • flocculation

    Flocculation

    Agglomeration (except in polymer science) Coagulation (except in polymer science) Flocculation (except in polymer science) Process of contact and adhesion whereby dispersed molecules or particles are held together by weak physical interactions ultimately leading to phase separation by the formation of precipitates of larger than colloidal size.

  • polymer complexes and their flocculation power

    Polymer Complexes and Their Flocculation Power

    Complexation of various complementary polymers and the flocculating power of the resulting complexes were studied. Regression equations adequately describing the recovery of phenol by polymeric complex reagents are presented.

  • water soluble polymer flocculants: synthesis

    Water Soluble Polymer Flocculants: Synthesis

    Water soluble polymer flocculants are important constituents of solid–liquid separation units for the treatment of a variety of process‐affected effluents. The systematic development of a flocculant relies on a good understanding of flocculation process, polymer synthesis, polymer characterization, and, not the least, flocculation

  • (pdf) polymeric flocculants for wastewater and industrial

    (PDF) Polymeric flocculants for wastewater and industrial

    Polymeric flocculants for wastewater and industrial effluent treatment . Article (PDF Available) · January 2009 with 3,086 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views

  • flocculation in flow through pipes and in-line mixers

    Flocculation in flow through pipes and in-line mixers

    A laboratory investigation was performed on flocculation following the addition of polymer to slurries flowing through pipes and in-line (static) mixers. Results are presented showing the effects of flow velocity, pipe length, inline mixer elements and the use of multiple addition points. Flocculation performance was measured by the settling

  • flocculation

    Flocculation

    Agglomeration (except in polymer science) Coagulation (except in polymer science) Flocculation (except in polymer science) Process of contact and adhesion whereby dispersed molecules or particles are held together by weak physical interactions ultimately leading to phase separation by the formation of precipitates of larger than colloidal size.

  • water soluble polymer flocculants: synthesis

    Water Soluble Polymer Flocculants: Synthesis

    Water soluble polymer flocculants are important constituents of solid–liquid separation units for the treatment of a variety of process‐affected effluents. The systematic development of a flocculant relies on a good understanding of flocculation process, polymer synthesis, polymer characterization, and, not the least, flocculation

  • polymer complexes and their flocculation

    Polymer Complexes and Their Flocculation

    Complexation of various complementary polymers and the flocculating power of the resulting complexes were studied. Regression equations adequately describing the recovery of phenol by polymeric complex reagents are presented.

  • flocculation of dilute titanium dioxide rd.springer

    Flocculation of dilute titanium dioxide rd.springer

    A kinetic delay in the onset of flocculation was observed after adding the copolymers in the dose range 5–30 [mg polymer]/ [g TiO 2]. Increasing dosage resulted in a longer delay period. No significant flocculation was observed when the dose was above 50 [mg polymer]/[g TiO 2]. This delay was interpreted in terms of the re-conformation of

  • the adsorption of polyacrylamide flocculants

    The adsorption of polyacrylamide flocculants

    The effect of such variables as pH, equilibration time and solids concentration on adsorption and flocculation behavior has been studied. Both polymer adsorption and the flocculation of apatite are enhanced as the pH becomes acidic. Adsorption, which is very pH dependent, appears to occur mainly through hydrogen bonding and electrostatic forces

  • water-soluble polymers as flocculants in papermaking

    Water-Soluble Polymers as Flocculants in Papermaking

    The papermaking process involves three basic operations. First, a wet web of fibers is formed from a fiber — water slurry and drained on a continuously moving wire. Second, additional water is...

  • polymeric micelles springer for research & development

    Polymeric Micelles Springer for Research & Development

    Amphiphilic block copolymers and graft copolymers in the selective solvents spontaneously form supramolecular assemblies with spherical, cylindrical, and vesicular morphologies [ 1, 2 1, 2

  • polyimide synthesis springer for research & development

    Polyimide Synthesis Springer for Research & Development

    2014-10-15· Polyimides are an important class of step-growth polymers due to their high temperature stability, high glass transition temperature (T g), and superior chemical resistance.Synthesis of aromatic polyimides was first reported in 1908.

  • polyacrylamide based flocculant

    polyacrylamide based flocculant

    High Molecular Weight Anionic Polymer Flocculant. High molecular weight anionic polymer flocculant. Accepta 2047 is a superior quality anionic high molecular weight latex emulsion polyacrylamide co-polymer for effluent and wastewater treatment. It is designed to flocculate suspended solids and is useful for non-potable raw water clarification

  • flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    The adsorption, zeta potential and flocculation results confirmed that the polymer with the highest charge density and molecular weight (KLD5) was a more effective flocculant than other polymers

  • polyelectrolyte complexes in the dispersed and springer

    Polyelectrolyte Complexes in the Dispersed and Springer

    Polyelectrolyte Complexes for Tailoring of Wood Fibre Surfaces. Polyelectrolyte Complexes in Flocculation Applications. Spontaneous Assembly and Induced Aggregation of Food Proteins. Polyelectrolyte Complexes of DNA and Polycations as Gene

  • a review on application of flocculants in wastewater

    A review on application of flocculants in wastewater

    The flocculation mechanism for grafted flocculants involved in wastewater treatment is a combination of charge neutralisation and polymer bridging (Pal et al., 2011, Song et al., 2011, Yang et al., 2012a, Yang et al., 2013). Charge neutralisation predominates at the beginning of the flocculation process and produces numbers of insoluble complexes with a rapid speed. Then, through bridging

  • colloid and polymer science home

    Colloid and Polymer Science Home

    Colloid and Polymer Science a leading international journal of longstanding tradition is devoted to colloid and polymer science and its interdisciplinary interactions. As such, it responds to a demand which has lost none of its actuality as revealed in the trends of contemporary materials science. To enable an effective and fast

  • flocculants—an ecofriendly approach taiyo lucid

    Flocculants—an Ecofriendly Approach Taiyo Lucid

    Flocculants—an Ecofriendly Approach B. R. Sharma Æ N. C. Dhuldhoya Æ U. C. Merchant Published online: 4 May 2006 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. 2006 Abstract Although water-soluble synthetic polymers find wide applications as flocculants, the potential prob- lem associated with their use is lack of biodegradability and high cost. Polysaccharides owing to their distinctive features

  • water-soluble polymers springer

    Water-Soluble Polymers Springer

    Water-soluble polymers have been attracting increasing atten­ tion because of their utility in industrial applications of great current concern. Perhaps preeminent among these is their ability to flocculate suspended solids, e.g., wastes in municipal sew­ age-treatment plants or pulp in

  • polyacrylamide degradation and its implications

    Polyacrylamide degradation and its implications

    The flocculation and adsorption capacity increase with increasing MW due to the greater number of binding sites. 13 However, polymer molecules with a MW greater than around 18 × 10 6 Da are more

  • proceedings of the international field springer

    Proceedings of the International Field Springer

    This book presents selected papers from the 7th International Field Exploration and Development Conference (IFEDC 2017), which focus on upstream technologies used in oil & gas development, the principles of the process, and various design technologies.

  • cationic polyacrylamide copolymers (pams): environmental

    Cationic polyacrylamide copolymers (PAMs): environmental

    Cationic polyacrylamide copolymers (PAMs) are used for sludge dewatering in municipal waste water treatment and might enter the environment by spreading of the sludge on agricultural land. Concern has been expressed since little is known about the degradation of PAMs in soils. To obtain detailed information on the polymer’s fate in the soil compartment, the degradation of 14C-radiolabelled

  • flocculation in saccharomyces cerevisiae: a review

    Flocculation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: a review

    The present work reviews and critically discusses the aspects that influence yeast flocculation, namely the chemical characteristics of the medium (pH and the presence of bivalent ions), fermentation conditions (oxygen, sugars, growth temperature and ethanol concentration) and the expression of specific genes such as FLO1, Lg‐FLO1, FLO5, FLO8, FLO9 and FLO10.

  • chemical water and wastewater treatment iv springer

    Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment IV Springer

    This seventh symposium in the series of biennial Gothenburg Symposia, taking place in Edingburgh 1996 continues to bring together research scientists, designing and operating engineers and funding and supervising administrators. It also has enlarged the scope of its platform by bringing together

  • flocculants—an ecofriendly approach, journal

    Flocculants—an Ecofriendly Approach, Journal

    2006-05-04· Read "Flocculants—an Ecofriendly Approach, Journal of Polymers and the Environment" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • the use of cationic polymers as primary springer

    The Use of Cationic Polymers as Primary Springer

    The removal of natural organic matter (NOM) from drinking water supplies can be achieved with cationic polymers, used here in jar tests on simulated waters made from concentrates of humic substances....

  • steric stabilisation and flocculation by polymer journal

    Steric Stabilisation and Flocculation by Polymer Journal

    The theories of steric stabilisation and the main parameters that control stability are briefly reviewed. This followed by description of the methods that can be applied for studying steric

  • chemical water and wastewater treatment v springer

    Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment V Springer

    It was intended to return with the International Gothenburg Symposia every other time to the birthplace of these events, Gothenburg in Sweden. But instead the 8th symposium has been invited to be organized and held in Prague, i. e. in the midst of Central and Eastern Europe a region now keen on

  • chemotaxis effect on algae by inorganic polymer

    Chemotaxis Effect on Algae by Inorganic Polymer

    In recent years, inorganic polymer flocculants have been developed into a new type of water treatment reagents, which are more efficient than traditional inorganic flocculants and much cheaper than organic polymer flocculants. Based on the mechanism of inorganic polymer flocculants, a diffusive model is proposed to study the chemotaxis effect

  • cationic nanosorbents biopolymers: versatile springer

    Cationic Nanosorbents Biopolymers: Versatile Springer

    Part of the Springer Series on Polymer and Composite Materials book series (SSPCM) Abstract Besides giving an introductory account of the cationic nanosorbents of biopolymers, the chapter discusses various naturally occurring cationic polyelectrolytes like chitosan,

  • synthesis and flocculation characteristics of deepdyve

    Synthesis and Flocculation Characteristics of DeepDyve

    2008-05-24· Read "Synthesis and Flocculation Characteristics of Konjac Glucomannan-g-Polyacrylamide, Polymer Bulletin" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • chemical water and wastewater treatment iii springer

    Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment III Springer

    Exactly ten years ago an experiment was started that proved to be extremely successful: the First Gothenburg Symposium. Its intent was to further the under­ standing of all processes pertaining to Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment, and to bring together specialists working in basic research

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