Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment II: Proceedings of by Harsha Ratnaweera, Joachim Fettig, Hallvard Ødegaard

By Harsha Ratnaweera, Joachim Fettig, Hallvard Ødegaard (auth.), Dr. Rudolf Klute, Prof. Dr. Hermann Hahn (eds.)

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Experimental results PET-35. Calculated curve N°1j 0 - Experimental results PET-45. Calculated curve N°2j • - Experimental results PET-IOO. Calculated curve N°3) Amphophilic Cationic Polymers as Both Flocculants and Depollutants 39 A% c c~ ____----------------- 80 c c c 40 4 12 8 16 Cp 20 Fig. 3. Pyrene absorption (A %) versus the amount of gel added (expressed in mole of ionic units per liter· 104 ) in presence of a "Syton" silica suspension (5 gJI). Two ratios of polymer cationicity are used.

1. 5-95 PSS-1-40 PS-1 PET-100 PET-45 PET-35 PBZ-lOO PBZ-45 PBU-lOO PBU-45 PBU-35 Naphtalene 1 800 1 900 2000 Hydroxy-1-antraquinone Pyrene 700 1000 5000 17000 70000 130000 7000 60000 180000 6000 70000 15000 110000 200000 For the linear flocculants, the problem is a little bit more complicated: when only a small amount of polymer is added to the suspension it is practically completely adsorbed on the particles; the pollutant is shared between the floc and the supernatant according to the above expression of the absorption and the fit between experimental and calculated values is good (Figs.

2 ~ 1 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 20 40 60 0 • IJ 100 Charge density, % Charge density, % 0 80 Initial flocculation High shear Rellocculation 0 • IJ Initial flocwlation High shear Reflocculation Fig. 3. 05 M NaCI. Results after initial flocculation, high shear and reflocculation 7 7 a) 6 0 4 - 0 3 ~ .... S a; ~ .... ~ 0 b) 6 0 a; 4 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 Charge density, % 0 • IJ Initial flocculation High shear Reflocculation 3 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 Charge density, % 0 • IJ Initial flocculation High shear Reflocculation Fig.

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