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Synonyms for coagulant

an agent that produces coagulation


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Coagulant supply to the potable water treatment station (etap) of rioseco - 2018.
The 'challenge doses' used were: For lethality, four Median Lethal Doses (LD50s); for hemorrhage, five Minimum Hemorrhagic Doses (MHDs); for defibrinogenation, two Minimum Defibrinogenating Doses (MDDs); and for in vitro coagulation, two Minimum Coagulant Doses (MCDs).
In this context, the proposed system employs a multilayer perceptron network particularly designed to determine the best coagulant dosage at two distinct sites of the water treatment plant, especially by using two additional dose rates as inputs for neural network, to guarantee the best performance for the filtration stage.
The most important factors affecting the efficiency of coagulation process are PH, ions in aqueous solutions (strength of water's ion), humic substances concentration, water temperature and the type of coagulant (UNESCO, WHO and UNEP, 2000).
This research at an experimental scale and by using Jar test apparatus suggested that poly aluminum chloride with a concentration of 5mg/Lis the best coagulant to remove turbidity (%99%99.
The results of coagulant and blended coagulant are in Fig.
As a coagulants alum (KAl(SO4)2 * 12 H2O) and natural coagulant from common bean seeds were considered.
In the present work, new inorganic coagulant named "Agoclean P" has been developed from paper sludge ash.
This situation could due to the fact that, de-fatting of seed powder entails the use alcohols that have high concentrations, which will also prevent the loss of coagulant proteins during de-fatting process.
Polyacrylamide was used as coagulant aid which aid in settling the flocs readily.
Tasked with replacing ageing pumps for disinfectant and coagulant processes at Thames Water's Advanced Water Treatment Works (AWTW) in Walton, Surrey, engineering, consulting and construction company Black & Veatch opted to install a number of 520 series and 620 series peristaltic models from Watson-Marlow Pumps Group.
Coagulation is accomplished by rapidly mixing a coagulant chemical such as aluminum sulfate (alum) into the water.
18 February 2011 - Finnish chemicals company Kemira Oyj (HEL: KRA1V) said today it will invest a total EUR40m in two new coagulant plants in Germany and Spain, expected to start operations in 2012.