Based on over 35 years of field experience, Particles in Water: Properties and Processes examines particles and their behavior in water systems. The book offers clear and accessible methods for characterizing a range of particles both individually and as aggregates. It supplies the principles for understanding particle properties and shows how such information pertains to comprehending and improving water treatment processes, including sedimentation, flocculation, and filtration. With the growing importance of advanced filtration systems in water treatment, this book provides an excellent summary of the behavior of particles in water systems and in relation to techniques designed to capture and eliminate them. Enables identification of particles in water systems. Allows informed selection of best analytic techniques. Presents the principles of particle movement in water. Details particle surface charges and interactions. Explains how particles are captured by filtration systems. Contents General Introduction Particle Size and Related Properties Charged Particles Colloid Stability Aggregation Kinetics Coagulation and Flocculation Sedimentation and Thickening Filtration Co-published with CRC Press
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