Particle and Phosphate Removal Mechanisms with Prepolymerized Coagulants
The efficiency of wastewater treatment by chemical coagulation depends on the efficiency of each stage: (1) coagulation/precipitation, (2) flocculation, and (3) separation. The efficiency of the coagulation/precipitation stage depends on many parameters including the raw water quality, the chemistry of the coagulant, physical parameters of the process, and the expected quality of the treated water according to the needs. An adequate understanding of the mechanisms of the coagulation/precipitation process is, therefore, essential for increasing its efficiency.
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