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flocculant

[′fläk·yə·lənt]
(chemistry)
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In previous studies, the effects of flocculants on structural stability were ignored, and thickened tailings slurries were simplified as Bingham plastic fluid in pipeline transportation, whose flow properties were time-independent [5].
In this study, attempts were made to evaluate the potential of using flocculants for the dewatering of soil slurry.
Acrylamide (AM) and methacryloxyethyl trimethyl ammonium chloride (DMC) were regarded as the less toxic and the most frequently used monomers to synthesize the CPAM [17]; therefore, it was more important to prepare a cationic flocculants (PAD) using DMC and AM as monomers through UV-initiated copolymerization for kaolin wastewater separation and removal.
Similarly, lack of biodegradability and dispersion of monomers residue in treated water negate the wide application of organic polymeric flocculants because of its associated health hazards [4].
Doson, which consists of a polymer that speeds up the separation process of solids inside the clarifier, is the processing piece of equipment used for the preparation of the flocculant. With this accessory addition, the setup process can be made more complete by making it automatic and eliminate the need for an operator.
* Types (coagulants and flocculants, biocides and disinfectants, pH adjusters and stabilizers, inhibitors, defoaming agents, and others)
Based On product mining chemical market is divided into flotation collector Flocculants Solvent extract ants, frothers, scale inhibitors, Crystal growth Modifiers and De-foamers.
The global as well as regional markets have been segmented by functionality such as grinding aids, flocculants, solvent extractants, and flotation chemicals (frothers and collectors).
Over the past few decades, considerable efforts have been made to prepare effective and environmental-friendly flocculants. Hydrophobically modified polyacrylamide (PAM), containing a small number of hydrophobic groups in the polymer molecular chain, is one kind of flocculants which is widely applied in the wastewater treatment.
The Dura range is well established in the wastewater industry for the dosing of treatment chemicals such as lime, sodium hydroxide, polymers and flocculants. Other applications include the dosing of kieselguhr in brewing, additives in the manufacture of animal feed and seed coatings.
The British author explains the chemical foundations for water and gas control, scale control, asphaltene control, acid stimulation, sand control, corrosion control during production, gas hydrate control, wax control, demulsifiers, foam control, flocculants, biocides, scavengers, and drag-reducing agents.
The water storage pond contained coal and silt as well as thickening chemicals called flocculants. A full assessment of the damage won't be available until the spring.