Basic Chemistry for Water and Wastewater Operators

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American Water Works Association, 2002 - Science - 178 pages
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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. Operators will get the training they need in this chemistry primer tailored just for operators of drinking water or wastewater systems.

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Contents

Measurements in Chemistry
7
Elements 13
Chemical Equations 37
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Darshan Singh Sarai, phd, served as lab director and water quality control specialist for Water District #1 of Johnson County, Kansas, for twenty years. For nine years, he was also chairman of the Environmental Sciences Division at the Water and Wastewater Technical School in Neosho, Missouri, where he taught microbiology, chemistry, and ecology of water and wastewater treatment. He is the author of Basic Chemistry for Water and Wastewater Operators.

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