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Q: Reduction of Electrical Conductivity using Iron Based Coagulants ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Reduction of Electrical Conductivity using Iron Based Coagulants
Category: Science > Chemistry
Asked by: legrande-ga
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Posted: 12 Dec 2005 03:28 PST
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Question ID: 604716
I am currenly researching into the reduction of EC in the final
effluent of a wastewater plant.

I would like to find out the impact of dosing an iron based coagulant
on the reduction of both Electrical Conductivity and Total Dissolved
Solids. This is for a typical wastewater, which currently has a EC
value of 900us/cm

Please provide references of the consituents removed and likely percentage removals.
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