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  • characterization and performance evaluation of

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  • characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

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  • characterization of native and graft copolymerized albizia

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  • fabrication of bifunctional chitosan-based flocculants

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  • characterization of native and graft copolymerized

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  • production, characterization, and flocculation

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  • fabrication of bifunctional chitosan-based flocculants

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  • production and characterization of bioflocculant

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  • characterization and performance evaluation

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  • microbial assisted flocculation for the treatment

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  • assessing the design, size, and operation of sediment

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    • Pond under-sizing due to errors in the characterization of water balance, sediment load and/or particle size. • Inefficiencies in use of settling aids, with respect t o distribution system, dosing rates and/or mixing. • Ineffective performance of settling aids due to absence or poor design of pre-construction testwork.

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  • synthesis and characterization of poly(acrylamide-co

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  • synthesis and characterization of water soluble edta

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