|Author:||Janet Hering,M. Elimelech|
|Title:||Arsenic Removal by Enhanced Coagulation and Membrane Processes|
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|Publisher:||Amer Water Works Assn (July 1, 1996)|
Enhanced coagulation for arsenic removal. Journal of the American Water Works Association, 86(9), 79–90. Chwirka, J. Thomson, B. & Stomp, J. M. (2000). Removing arsenic from groundwater. Journal of the American Water Works Association, 92(3), 79–88. Environmental Progress, 25(4), 300–311. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hering, J. & Elimelech, M. (1997). Arsenic removal by enhanced coagulation and membrane processes (pp. 167–188). American Water Works Association. Hering, . Chen, . Y. Wilkie, J. Arsenic removal from drinking water during coagulation. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 123(8), 800–807. Baek, . & Yang, . W.
Also, Hering et al. found that arsenate. removal by coagulation using FeCl3 was efficient than arsenite. removal and arsenite could not be removed by coagulation. Han et al. indicated that coagulation and. electrocoagulation by FeCl3 could remove arsenic in water. removal of As (V) was enhanced but as a shown in Figure. 3, residual iron after coagulation was more than . mg/l, which is the Iranian maximum contaminant level of iron. 18. Hering JG, Chen PY, Wilkie JA, Elimelech M, Liang S. Arsenic removal. J Am Water Works Assoc 1996;88:155‑67.
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Hering, M. Elimelech, Arsenic Removal by Enhanced Coagulation and Membrane Processes, AWWARF, 1996. Jang, W. Cannon, Preloading hydrous ferric oxide into granular activated carbon for arsenic removal, Environ. Borho, P. Wilderer, Optimized removal of arsenate(III) by adaptation of oxidation and precipitation processes to the ltration step, Water Sci. Technol.
A compilation of papers presented at the International Workshop on Technologies for Arsenic Removal from Drinking Water organized by Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh and The United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan. Arsenic Removal by Enhanced Coagulation & Membrane Processes. Hering & Elimelech.
The arsenic removal technologies can be grouped into the following four categories: Coagulation and filtration, Sportive filtration, Oxidation and sedimentation, Membrane filtration. In the process of coagulation and flocculation, arsenic is removed from solution through three mechanisms: Precipitation: The formation of insoluble compounds, Co-precipitation: The incorporation of soluble arsenic species into a growing metal, hydroxide phase, Adsorption: The electrostatic binding of soluble arsenic to external surfaces of the insoluble metal hydroxide . The possible use of enhanced coagulation for arsenic removal was examined at the facilities of à California utility in 1992 and 1993. The tests Were conducted at bench, pilot, and demonstration scales, with two source waters. Alum and ferric chloride, with cationic polymer, ware investigated at various influent arsenic concentrations.
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Several techniques have been implemented for arsenic removal from water such adsorption on oxides and activated carbon, anion exchange, reverse osmosis or coagulation methods. The adsorption over both natural and synthetic zeolites was widely investigated. Natural clay samples were also studied for arsenic removal in water. Zeolites and clays showed interesting adsorption capacities due to the presence of aluminol and silanol hydroxyl groups in their structures. J. G. Hering, M. Elimelech, Arsenic removal by enhanced coagulation and membrane processes. Driehaus, M. Jekal, U. Hildebrand, Granular ferric hydroxide: a novel adsorbent for the removal of arsenic from natural water, J. Water SRT, 47 (1998) 30-35.
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