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chemistry of water and sewage treatment

Arthur M. Buswell

chemistry of water and sewage treatment

by Arthur M. Buswell

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Published by The Chemical Catalog Company, inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Purification.,
  • Sewage -- Purification.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arthur M. Buswell ...
    SeriesAmerican chemical society. Monograph series. [no. 38], Monograph series (American Chemical Society) -- no. 38.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD451 .B8, TD451 .B8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination362 p.
    Number of Pages362
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14120726M
    LC Control Number28001293

    and treatment. 1. Introduction Wastewater is the liquid end-product, or by-product, of municipal, agricultural, and industrial activity. As such, the chemical composition of wastewater naturally reflects the origin from which it came. In fact, the chemistry of wastewater reflects to a very high degree the chemistry of life. BOILER WATER TREATMENT, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE VOLUME 1 of Two Volumes by COLIN FRAYNE. Vol. I: Boiler Basics and Steam Water Chemistry, ISBN: This comprehensive reference is the most practical field guide ever written on steam and boiler water treatment. In this two-volume handbook, Colin Frayne (Cooling Water Treatment.

    This valuable book is the only one that presents colloid and interface chemistry from the water quality control perspective. This book was written for graduate students in the area of water treatment and environmental engineering, and it could be used as the reference for researchers and engineers in . Water and wastewater operators need an understanding of chemistry to properly carry out the chemical phases of treatment, including coagulation, sedimentation, softening, and disinfection. Knowledge of basic chemistry is also required to pass operator certification examinations.

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Examples and tools help to understand and to guide through industrial and natural water process engineering. Students in chemical and environmental engineering as well as Author: Ori Lahav.It is a pleasure to notice a book which breaks new ground. There are many books describing water and sewage treatment-plants in detail, and many others on the analysis of water and sewage, but this book is mainly confined to a discussion of the scientific principles underlying the usual methods of treatment.

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