peat water treatment using combination of cationic

Peat Water Treatment Using Combination of Cationic

Peat Water Treatment Using Combination of Cationic Surfactant Modified Zeolite, Granular Activated Carbon, and Limestone Article (PDF Available) in Modern Applied Science 7(2) · January 2013 with

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peat water treatment using combination of cationic

Peat Water Treatment Using Combination of Cationic

Peat Water Treatment Using Combination of Cationic Surfactant Modified Zeolite, Granular Activated Carbon, and Limestone S. Syafalni1, Ismail Abustan 1, Aderiza Brahmana , Siti Nor Farhana Zakaria1 & Rohana Abdullah1 1 School of Civil Engineering, Engineering Campus, Univ ersiti Sains Malaysia, Nibong Tebal, Penang, Malaysia.

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peat water treatment using combination of cationic

Peat Water Treatment Using Combination of Cationic

Peat Water Treatment Using Combination of Cationic Surfactant Modified Zeolite, Granular Activated Carbon, and Limestone This research was conducted essentially to treat fresh peat water using a series of adsorbents.

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peat water treatment using combination of cationic

Peat Water Treatment Using Combination of Cationic

Abstract <p>This research was conducted essentially to treat fresh peat water using a series of adsorbents. Initially, the characterization of peat water was determined and five parameters, including pH, colour, COD, turbidity, and iron ion exhibited values that exceeded the water standard limit.

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application of some combined adsorbents to remove salinity

Application of some combined adsorbents to remove salinity

Research highlights Peat, activated carbon, zeolite, and resin can remove chromium ions from wastewater. These adsorbents could be used for removing salinity ions from drainage water. Application of cationic resin with peat was the best choice. Adsorption of Ca, Mg, HCO 3 and SO 4 by these adsorbents was promising, compared to Cr.

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desalination and water treatment - taylor & francis

Desalination and Water Treatment - Taylor & Francis

Between two and three combined adsorbents, all treatments containing cationic resin had the highest adsorption rate. All adsorbents adsorbed anions about 1.7 times of cations. The main finding of this study was that the highest salinity adsorption occurred in combination of cationic resin with peat, zeolite, activated carbon, and anionic resin.

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improving slurry seal performance in eastern saudi arabia

Improving slurry seal performance in Eastern Saudi Arabia

Slow-setting cationic bitumen emulsion type (Css-1h) from the Sand Fix Company in eastern Saudi Arabia was used. The emulsion had the following properties according to the standard of ASTM D 2397 : • content of the bituminous residue, 62.5%; • water content of emulsion, 37.5%; • viscosity, Saybolt Furol Viscometer at 25°C, 22 s; and •

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peat water treatment by using multi soil layering (msl) method

Peat water treatment by using multi soil layering (MSL) method

Removal efficiency B OD of peat water : BOD peat water before treatment using MS L systems is 50.60 mg/L. Fig.5showed thehigh MSL e fficiency at a flo w rate of 5 mL/min is 93.09% for aeration and

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genetical and comparative genomics of brassica under

Genetical and Comparative Genomics of Brassica under

Responses of B. rapa to Altered ext and External Mg Supply. We investigated the response of shoot biomass and shoot-Ca to altered ext and external Mg supply (ext) (Figures 1 and and2). 2).These responses were determined using an experimental design that included Ca and Mg supply as treatment factors, each represented by six external concentrations (i.e., plants were grown under 36 ext × ext

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Welcome To RJPBCS

Cationic Dye Adsorption onto various natural adsorbents: A comparison study Brahmia O*, and Louafi F. Antioxidant Activity and Total Phenolic Content of Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) Fruits from Taif Governorate, Saudi Arabia. Dafaalla Mohamed Hag Ali*, Awad Abdalla Momen, Mohamed Awad Ali Khalid.

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calcium and potassium supplementation enhanced growth

Calcium and Potassium Supplementation Enhanced Growth

This work examined the role of exogenously applied calcium (Ca; 50 mM) and potassium (K; 10 mM) (alone and in combination) in alleviating the negative effects of cadmium (Cd; 200 μM) on growth, biochemical attributes, secondary metabolites and yield of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).Cd stress significantly decreased the length and weight (fresh and dry) of shoot and root and yield attributes

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Water Chemistry (Water and Wastewater) Equipment near

Results for water chemistry equipment from AQUATEC, Chemtrol, AquaRecycle and other leading brands for water and wastewater. Compare and contact a supplier

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Ecological_Water_Quality_-_Water_Treatment

Ecological Water Quality – Water Treatment and Reuse 6 2.2 Sampling and primary analysis Samples were collected from different depths of the water column (0.5, 15, 30 m) at three stations in each gulf, in total at six stations, seasonally (November, February, May, and August) for two years between November 2006 and August 2008 (Fig.1).

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world academy of science, engineering and technology

World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology

Cotton dyeing using reactive dyes is one of the major water polluter; this is due to large amount of dye and salt remaining in effluent. Recent adverse climate change and its associated effect to human life have lead to search for more sustainable industrial production.

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download pdf - saudi arabia oil and gas - mafiadoc.com

Download PDF - Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas - MAFIADOC.COM

Saudi Arabia Oil & Gas intends to help bring together local Saudi experts and international people to remove barriers and promote interaction.” Wajid Rasheed Founder EPRasheed and Saudi Arabia Oil & Gas www.saudiarabiaoilandgas.com | SA O&G Issue 8 142-7025 StarTrakCase_AOGR:Layout 1 10/14/2008 3:40 PM Page 1

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athens institute for education and research

Athens Institute for Education and Research

This abstract book includes all the abstracts of the papers presented at the 5th Annual International Symposium on Environment, 20-23 May 2010, organized by the Environmental and Agriculture Research Unit of the Athens Institute for Education and Research.

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comparative study of the absorptive potential of raw

Comparative study of the absorptive potential of raw

Acacia nilotica was used for the adsorption of Reactive Black 5 (RB5) dye from an aqueous solution. Both the raw and activated (with H3PO4) carbon forms of Acacia nilotica (RAN and ANAC, respectively) were used for comparison. Various parameters (including dye concentration, contact time, temperature, and pH) were optimized to obtain the maximum adsorption capacity.

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environmental water. advances in treatment, remediation

Environmental Water. Advances in Treatment, Remediation

The book comprises detailed discussion on the application of various technologies for water treatment, remediation and recycling technologies and provides an update on the development in water treatment, detailed analysis of their features and economic analysis, bridging the current existing information gap.

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a critical review of mechanisms involved in the adsorption

A critical review of mechanisms involved in the adsorption

Successful application of low-cost adsorbent like biochar has introduced multidisciplinary areas of science, particularly with respect to remediation of both organic and inorganic contaminants in soil and water. This review briefly consolidates the currently available literature to comprehend the overall adsorption mechanisms of organic and inorganic contaminants through biochar.

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calcium and potassium supplementation enhanced growth

Calcium and Potassium Supplementation Enhanced Growth

This work examined the role of exogenously applied calcium (Ca; 50 mM) and potassium (K; 10 mM) (alone and in combination) in alleviating the negative effects of cadmium (Cd; 200 μM) on growth, biochemical attributes, secondary metabolites and yield of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).Cd stress significantly decreased the length and weight (fresh and dry) of shoot and root and yield attributes

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publications | world academy of science, engineering

Publications | World Academy of Science, Engineering

Cotton dyeing using reactive dyes is one of the major water polluter; this is due to large amount of dye and salt remaining in effluent. Recent adverse climate change and its associated effect to human life have lead to search for more sustainable industrial production.

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genetical and comparative genomics of brassica under

Genetical and Comparative Genomics of Brassica under

Responses of B. rapa to Altered ext and External Mg Supply. We investigated the response of shoot biomass and shoot-Ca to altered ext and external Mg supply (ext) (Figures 1 and and2). 2).These responses were determined using an experimental design that included Ca and Mg supply as treatment factors, each represented by six external concentrations (i.e., plants were grown under 36 ext × ext

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athens institute for education and research

Athens Institute for Education and Research

This abstract book includes all the abstracts of the papers presented at the 5th Annual International Symposium on Environment, 20-23 May 2010, organized by the Environmental and Agriculture Research Unit of the Athens Institute for Education and Research.

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full text of "selected water resources abstracts"

Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts"

Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats

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comparative study of the absorptive potential of raw

Comparative study of the absorptive potential of raw

Acacia nilotica was used for the adsorption of Reactive Black 5 (RB5) dye from an aqueous solution. Both the raw and activated (with H3PO4) carbon forms of Acacia nilotica (RAN and ANAC, respectively) were used for comparison. Various parameters (including dye concentration, contact time, temperature, and pH) were optimized to obtain the maximum adsorption capacity.

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environmental water. advances in treatment, remediation

Environmental Water. Advances in Treatment, Remediation

The world is facing a drinking water crisis. Besides continuous population growth, uneven distribution of water resources and periodic droughts have forced scientists to search for new and effective water treatment, remediation and recycling technologies.

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a critical review of mechanisms involved in the adsorption

A critical review of mechanisms involved in the adsorption

Successful application of low-cost adsorbent like biochar has introduced multidisciplinary areas of science, particularly with respect to remediation of both organic and inorganic contaminants in soil and water. This review briefly consolidates the currently available literature to comprehend the overall adsorption mechanisms of organic and inorganic contaminants through biochar.

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compositions and methods for providing plants with

COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR PROVIDING PLANTS WITH

Methods for providing seeds and plants with resistance or tolerance to abiotic stress conditions are provided. The methods include inoculating the seed or plant with an effective amount (10 6-10 8 bacteria/ml) of SA187 to provide the seed or plant with resistance to the abiotic stress conditions. The inoculation of the plant can be in the

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kinetics and mechanisms of dehydration of secondary

Kinetics and Mechanisms of Dehydration of Secondary

Alcohol dehydration by elimination of water is central to a series of functional group interconversions that have been proposed as a reaction pathway that connects hydrocarbons and carboxylic acids under geochemically relevant hydrothermal conditions such as in sedimentary basins. Hydrothermal dehydration of alcohols is an example of an organic reaction that is quite different from the

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cd(ii) sorption on iranian nano zeolites: kinetic

Cd(II) Sorption on Iranian nano zeolites: Kinetic

Experiments were carried out using batch method as a function of the initial concentration of metal ions, contact time, and temperature. The adsorbent is characterized using XRF, FTIR, TEM, and XRD. The TEM images showed that the zeolite particle sizes are reduced into the size range of less than 90 nm by means of ball milling.

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professor nanthi bolan / staff profile / the university

Professor Nanthi Bolan / Staff Profile / The University

All the experiments were conducted at pH 7 using water extractable fraction of OC from wheat residues. DOC adsorption increased with increasing background electrolyte concentration, and the presence of Ca2+ significantly enhanced the uptake in comparison to Na+ due to a possible cationic bridging effect.

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integrated pollution prevention and control (ippc

Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC

Wastewater treatment systems can maximise the removal of metals using sedimentation and possibly filtration. The reagents used for precipitation maybe hydroxide, sulphide or a combination of both, depending on the mix of metals present. It is also practicable in many cases to re-use treated water. Main components [mg/l] Cu Pb As Ni Cd Zn Process

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