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A new design of the electrocoagulation apparatus for removal of micromycetes from water

A new design of the electrocoagulation apparatus consisting of an inert anode and cathode made of stainless steel was developed. The formation of a coagulant takes place due to the corrosion of ferrous plates located in the anode plane. The following optimum parameters for the operation of the apparatus were defined: current density—21 mA/cm2, current strength—60 mA, area of ferrous plates—3 cm2. The application of this apparatus makes possible to convert efficiently Fe2+ to Fe3+ allowing the user to reduce the consumption of coagulant and remove to the maximum extent contaminants including micromycetes from water.

Authors:   M. N. Saprykina
Journal:   Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology
Volume:   34
edition:   5
Year:   2012
Pages:   240
DOI:   10.3103/S1063455X12050050
Publication date:   15-Nov-2012
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