The NALCO water handbook
With the nation looking toward a goal of "zero discharge" in water pollutants by the early 1980s, this timely handbook is an ideal source of information for specialists & nonspecialists alike. It provides completely practical data & techniques in the four major water conservation & use areas: (1) water chemistry, sources, & contaminants; (2) unit operations & treatment; (3) industrial & municipal use of water & its disposal; & (4) special technology in water treatment.
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Water Chemistry and Interpretation of Water Analyses
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acid activated sludge aeration alkalinity aluminum ammonia anaerobic analysis anion anodic bacteria biocides biological blowdown boiler boiler water CaCO calcium calcium carbonate carbon cation chemical chlorine coagulation coke colloidal concentration condensate containing cooling tower cooling water corrosion corrosion inhibitors Courtesy deposit dewatering digestion discharge effluent emulsion evaporation feedwater filter filtration flocculation flow furnace gases hydrogen hydrogen sulfide increase industry inhibitors ion exchange iron lime liquid liquor magnesium makeup materials metal mg/l microbial mill molecules operation organic matter oxidation oxygen particles phenols phosphate precipitation pressure problems produce pulp pump reaction recirculating recycle reduce regeneration removal resin sample scrubber sewage shown in Figure silica sludge slurry sodium softening soluble spent caustic spray steam steel sulfate sulfide sulfur surface suspended solids temperature thickener tion tube turbine typical unit usually washing waste treatment wastewater water systems water treatment wet scrubbers zeolite