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Polyelectrolytes as Primary Coagulants for Potable-Water Systems

Correl N. Robinson Jr.
Journal (American Water Works Association)
Vol. 66, No. 4, WATER REUSE: Resource of the Future (April 1974), pp. 252-257
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41267221
Page Count: 6
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Polyelectrolytes as Primary Coagulants for Potable-Water Systems
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Abstract

After observing conventional treatment processes through several seasonal changes in characteristics of the turbid Kansas River, one concludes that there is much room for improvement in the methods of clarification still in use today. Laboratory investigations, and subsequent actual application to the river over a two-year period, have shown the so-called polyelectrolytes to be much more effective than standard coagulants.

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