Interface Science in Drinking Water Treatment
Theory and Applications
- Gayle Newcombe, Australian Water Quality Centre, CRC for Water Quality and Treatment, Salisbury, Australia
- David Dixon, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria Australia
Researchers, educators and practitioners in science and engineering, particularly those involved in water treatment and colloidal or surface chemistry.
- Published: September 2006
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-088380-6
Table of ContentsChapter 1: Introduction (G. Newcombe, D. Dixon).
Chapter 2: Coagulant characteristics and reactions (B.A. Dempsey).
Chapter 3: Floc formation and floc structure (J. Gregory).
Chapter 4: Practical application of fractal dimension (B. Jefferson, P.R Jarvis).
Chapter 5: Coagulation and flocculation with organic polyelectrolytes (B.A. Bolto).
Chapter 6: Dissolved air flotation in drinking water treatment (J.K. Edzwald).
Chapter 7: Membrane filtration processes and fouling(A.G. Fane et al.).
Chapter 8: Removal of natural organic material and algal metabolites using activated carbon (G. Newcombe).
Chapter 9: Surface chemistry effects in activated carbon adsorption of industrial pollutants (D.R.U. Knappe).
Chapter 10: Manganese removal (B. Chiswell, S.-H. D. Huang).
Chapter 11: Arsenic removal during drinking water treatment (M. Jekel, G.L. Amy).
Chapter 12: Cryptosporidium/sand interactions during filtration (R.F. Considine et al.).
Chapter 13: Dewatering of water treatment plant sludges (P. Scales).
Chapter 14: Biocorrosion in drinking water distribution systems (I.B. Beech, J.A. Sunner).
Chapter 15: Adhesion analysis of scaling systems(S.A Parsons, B. Jefferson).
Chapter 16: Fate of particles in the distribution system (J. Vreeburg).
Chapter 17: Natural organic matter (R. Beckett, J. Ranville).
Chapter 18: Fundamentals of particle stability (C.R. OâMelia).