substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch

Substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch

Substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch polymer during ballasted flocculation. This study identified the conditions favorable to the use of an activated starch polymer as an alternative to PAM during ballasted flocculation: mixing intensity and time, coagulation pH, ballast size and chemical composition, and polymer charge

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substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch polymer

Substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch polymer

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substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch

Substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch

Substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch polymer during ballasted flocculation Article in Journal of Water Process Engineering 28:129-134 · January 2019 with 67 Reads

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preparation of strong cationic chitosan-graft

Preparation of Strong Cationic Chitosan-graft

Substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch polymer during ballasted flocculation. Journal of Water Process Engineering 2019 , 28 , 129-134. DOI: 10.1016/j.jwpe.2019.01.011.

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activated starch as an alternative to polyacrylamide-based

Activated starch as an alternative to polyacrylamide-based

Activated starch as an alternative to polyacrylamide-based polymers for in-line filtration of low turbidity source water Article (PDF Available) in Aqua 67(5):jws2018023 · June 2018 with 110 Reads

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effectiveness of natural polyelectrolytes in water treatment

Effectiveness of Natural Polyelectrolytes in Water Treatment

Effectiveness of Natural Polyelectrolytes in Water Treatment. Susumu Kawamura. Search for more papers by this author Substituting polyacrylamide with an activated starch polymer during ballasted flocculation, Journal of Water Process Engineering, 10 Dual starch–polyacrylamide polymer system for improved flocculation, Water Research

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evaluation of activated starch as an alternative

Evaluation of activated starch as an alternative

Since polymer cost has been reported to be a minimal proportion of the total chemical cost at a water treatment plant, activated starch may be a promising alternative to polyacrylamide. View Show

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dual starch–polyacrylamide polymer system for improved

Dual starch–polyacrylamide polymer system for improved

However, the use of activated starch in flocculation systems requires higher polymer dosages than the use of conventional high-molecular-weight (MW) PAM (3–5 times higher) (Gaid and Sauvignet, 2011, Lapointe and Barbeau, 2015). Starch-based polymers have a more branched structure than the linear PAM configuration and hence have smaller chain

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