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Interaction of ozone and organic matter in coagulation with inorganic polymer flocculant-PACl: Role of organic components
Liu, Hailong; Cheng, Fangqin; Wang, Dongsheng
2009-12-15
Source PublicationDESALINATION
Volume249Issue:2Pages:596-601
AbstractIn this study, two model waters were used to evaluate the ozone effect on aquatic organic matter (AOM) removal by coagulation with inorganic polymer flocculant (IPF)-polyaluminum chloride (PACl). Flocs formation during coagulation processes were detected by using PDA (Photometric Dispersion Analyzer). Apparent molecular weight distribution (AMWD) and resin fractionation (RF) were also performed to characterize the change of AOM as a result of pre-ozonation. The experimental results show that the dosage Of O(3), characteristics and composition of AOM are the most important factors on the behavior of coagulation. Great differences have been found between the two model waters. Coagulation in model water 1 (MW1) (composed of humic acids) is impaired markedly by pre-ozonation, as more DOC (Dissolved Organic Carbon) is produced with increasing O(3) dosage. Floc formation, as exhibited from decreasing of the slopes of A (Flocculation Index), is retarded gradually during coagulation process. Although residual turbidity is reduced with 1.15 mg/L O(3), removals of DOC and UV(254) all decreased. As for model water 2 (MW2) (composed of salicylic acid), A is retarded also, but turbidity and DOC removals of coagulation after pre-ozonation are improved to a certain extent. Coagulation performance judged from removal of DOC is improved distinctly by pre-ozonation. Fractionation results show that molecular weight of organic matter (OM) of MW1 is converted from higher to lower: and OM becomes from more hydrophobic to more hydrophilic, which might be one of the mechanisms involved in the impairment of ozonation on coagulation effect. OM in MW2 is oxidized and mineralized to a greater extent, thus its impairment on coagulation is released. Finally, according to water properties, some proposed applications were provided for application of ozone in water treatment process. (C) 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Department环境水质学国家重点实验室
KeywordPre-ozonation Enhanced Coagulation Aom Fractionation Humic Acid
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Identifierhttp://ir.rcees.ac.cn/handle/311016/21694
Collection环境水质学国家重点实验室
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Liu, Hailong,Cheng, Fangqin,Wang, Dongsheng. Interaction of ozone and organic matter in coagulation with inorganic polymer flocculant-PACl: Role of organic components[J]. DESALINATION,2009,249(2):596-601.
APA Liu, Hailong,Cheng, Fangqin,&Wang, Dongsheng.(2009).Interaction of ozone and organic matter in coagulation with inorganic polymer flocculant-PACl: Role of organic components.DESALINATION,249(2),596-601.
MLA Liu, Hailong,et al."Interaction of ozone and organic matter in coagulation with inorganic polymer flocculant-PACl: Role of organic components".DESALINATION 249.2(2009):596-601.
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