- "Characterization and Differentiation of Wastewater Effluent Organic Ma" by Seong-Nam Nam
- Natural Organic Matter and Disinfection By-products Formation Potential in Water Treatment
"Characterization and Differentiation of Wastewater Effluent Organic Ma" by Seong-Nam Nam
Chapter 1 pp Chapter Views PDF 2 MB. Abstract This chapter presents an overview of past research on natural organic matter NOM characterization and its relationship to disinfection by-product DBP formation and control in drinking water. Pair your accounts.
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For the wastewater treatment plant, water was collected from the inlet and the outlet streams to determine the presence of the organic matter. Water physico-chemical parameters such as TDS, Turbidity, pH and conductivity were measured using portable meters. The results revealed the presence of high levels of organic matter and micro-organic pollutants in wastewater compared to drinking water sources.
In Kabete, TDS was found to increase after coagulation and sedimentation processes signifying residual dissolved solids from the chemicals added. The report provide detailed concentrations and chemicals structures and spectra of identified chemicals. The results show the need for further studies to delineate the composition of organic matter in all water sources and to collect water during different seasons to understand the dynamics of water sources and the treatment processes across the year.
Key words : Water treatment, wastewater, natural organic matter, micro-organic pollutants. Onyari John Mmari, Chairman Department of chemistry.
Natural Organic Matter and Disinfection By-products Formation Potential in Water Treatment
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