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Paper Title: Arsenic removal from contaminated water : by coagulation method
Authors Name: Akanksha Makwana , Mohit Sagar
Unique Id: IJSDR1710016
Published In: Volume 2 Issue 10, October-2017
Abstract: Arsenic abstraction from high-arsenic dihydrogen monoxide in a mine drainage system has been studied through an enhanced coagulation process with ferric ions and coarse calcite (38–74 mm) in this work. The experimental results have shown that arsenic-borne coagulates engendered by coagulation with ferric ions alone were very fine, so micro-filtration (membrane as filter medium) was needed to abstract the coagulates from dihydrogen monoxide. In the presence of coarse calcite, diminutive arsenic-borne coagulates coated on coarse calcite surfaces, leading the settling rate of the coagulates to considerably increase. The enhanced coagulation followed by conventional filtration (filter paper as filter medium) achieved a very high arsenic abstraction (over 99%) from high-arsenic dihydrogen monoxide (5 mg/l arsenic concentration), engendering a cleaned dihydrogen monoxide with the residual arsenic concentration of 13 mg/l. It has been found that the mechanism by which coarse calcite enhanced the coagulation of high-arsenic dihydrogen monoxide might be due to captivating electrical double layer interaction between minuscule arsenic-borne coagulates and calcite particles, which leads to non-subsistence of a potential energy barrier between the heterogeneous particles.
Keywords: abstraction monoxide
Cite Article: "Arsenic removal from contaminated water : by coagulation method ", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.2, Issue 10, page no.69 - 72, October-2017, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR1710016.pdf
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Published In: Volume 2 Issue 10, October-2017
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