volume 41, issue 13, P2951-2961 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2006.11.055
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T. Harif, A. Adin

Abstract: Electroflocculation (EF) is becoming recognized as an alternative process to conventional coagulation/flocculation, although both are somewhat different. The electrical current applied in EF to generate the active coagulant species creates a unique chemical/physical environment which affects coagulation mechanisms and subsequent aggregate formation. The chemical and physical characteristics of an electroflocculated kaolin suspension and the morphology/fractal dimension of the resulting aggregates were examined…

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