Physicochemical Methods for Water and Wastewater Treatment covers the proceedings of the Second International Conference held in Lublin in June 1979. The papers in this compendium discuss scientific findings on how to treat water and wastewater using various physicochemical methods, such as chemical coagulation, filtration, ion exchange, and activated-carbon adsorption. This compendium will be very beneficial to chemists and professional water and wastewater technologists, as well as to those in government, private industries, or educational institutions and are interested in water and wastewater treatment.
Foreword Pilot Plant Development of Ozone Disinfection Nitrogen Fertilizer Manufacturing Water Effluents and Control Technology Development of Anion Exchangers for Silica Removal: History and Present Trends Demineralization of Brackish Waters by an Ion Exchange/Electro-dialysis Process Ultra-Pure Water at the Service of Technology Electrochemical Method for Phosphorus Precipitation Ammonium Phosphate Recovery from Urban Sewages by Selective Ion Exchange Utilization and Desalination of Saline Mine Waters Ion Selective Electrodes in Water and Wastewater Analysis Purification of Wastewaters fron a Pig Farm by Means of Electrolysis New Coagulants for Treatment of Piggery Wastewater The Ozonization of Dihydroxybenzenes in the Model Solution Studies of the Influence of the Coagulation Process on Certain Pesticides in Water A. Comparison of Packed-Bed and Expanded-Bed Adsorption System Electrochemical Oxidation of Sodium Salt of Cetyl Sulphate Under Galvanostatic Conditions Electrochemical Oxidation of "Rokaphenol N-6" Neutralization of Industrial Wastes Containing Detergents by Means of Catalytic Oxidation Method Removal of Organic Solvents from Wastewaters by Means of Physico-Chemical Methods Polyurethane Resins as Oil Sorbents in Wastewater Treatment The Effects of the Thickening of Various Sewage Deposits Subjected to the Influence of Ultrasonic Field Problems of Choice of Sorptive Filters on the Basis of BIOT Number Quantities The Chemico-Physical Method of Wastewater Treatment from Glulam Wood Structures Method for Recovery of Water and Vanadium Compounds from Wastewater Ion Exchange Method for Water, Ammonia and Nitrates Recovery from Nitrogen Industry Wastewater Membrane Separation of the Product in the Process of Biological Transformation Dialytic Processes in Water and Wastewater Treatment Catalytic Oxidation of Inorganic Sulphur Compounds in Reducing Solutions Simulation of the Flocculation Process in Filter Beds Treatment of Wastewa
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