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Purification of undergound waters of manganese compounds using a natural sorbent-catalyst

02-Sep-2012 | A. V. Mamchenko, O. A. Savchenko, N. N. Chernova, I. V. Yakupova, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

Natural underground waters often contain manganese ions in such amount that the water becomes hazardous for human health. We have developed the technology of obtaining sorbent-catalyst based on oxide-carbonate ore of the Nikopol Deposit (Ukraine). We have also determined conditions for using the ...

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The influence of mineral waters of the Luchinetsk deposit on the organism oxidation metabolism

02-Sep-2012 | N. A. Druzhina, V. M. Shestopalov, A. Yu. Moiseev, N. K. Rodionova, E. B. Ganzha, L. I. Makovetskaya, N. P. Moiseeva, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

The article has investigated the influence of mineral waters of the Luchinetsk deposit from wells 1-L and 729 on prooxidant-antioxidant equilibrium in peripheral blood of mice radiated at a dose of 5.0 Gy. It has been established that given mineral waters have a pronounced biological effect; ...

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Flocculation purification of turbid waters by means of carboxyl-amide water-soluble polymers

02-Sep-2012 | A. A. Asanov, G. K. Matniyazova, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

The article has studied several water-soluble polymers as flocculants under conditions of purifying natural turbid waters and suspensions of bentonite. A polymer containing carboxylic and amide groups turned out to be the most effective flocculant. We have investigated a relationship between the ...

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Chemical equilibriums in the aqueous solutions-aluminum-magnesium alloys system. The nature of corrosion stability of alloys

02-Sep-2012 | A. F. Aliyev, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

The nature of stability of aluminum-magnesium materials in aqueous media has been discovered by using the Auger and atomic absorption spectroscopy. It was established that the composition of protective film formed on the aluminum-magnesium alloy in sea water, along with aluminum and oxygen, ...

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Crystallization of calcium carbonate from aqueous solutions in superimposition of electric and magnetic fields

02-Jul-2012 | V. V. Goncharuk, V. A. Bagrii, S. Yu. Bashtan, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

The process of crystallization and speed of calcium carbonate precipitation in superimposition of electric and magnetic (magnetic and electric) fields was studied. The phenomenon of transformation of electrochemically formed calcite crystals into “bundle-like” crystals of aragonite under the ...

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The impact of flint on the water mineral composition

02-Jul-2012 | V. V. Goncharuk, R. D. Chebotareva, S. Yu. Bashtan, A. A. Kosorukov, V. Ya. Demchenko, V. Ya. Kaganov, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

The article has determined the composition and concentrations of trace elements in aqueous extracts of flints of Kamenets-Podol’sky (black flint) and Dnieper-Donetsk deposits (gray flint) and has investigated the phase composition of minerals by means of the X-ray-phase method. It has been found ...

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Influence of high molecular amines on removal of nitrates from aqueous solutions by the nanofiltration method

02-Jul-2012 | S. Ievleva, V. P. Badekha, V. V. Goncharuk, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

The removal of nitrate ions from aqueous solutions using OPMN-P membranes in the presence of high-molecular amines, such as polyhexamethylene guanidine and aethonium was studied. It was shown that within the range of pH 4–7 the five-fold weight excess of amines makes possible to increase ...

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Sorption of ions of heavy metals from aqueous solutions on hydroxylapatite

02-Jul-2012 | Yu. I. Tarasevich, E. V. Shkutkova, W. Janusz, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

Comprehensive electric-surface, adsorption, X-ray investigations of interaction between ions of heavy 3-d metals with the hydroxylapatite surface have been carried out within a broad range of the pH and concentration of electrolytes. At low concentrations of ions of heavy metals the values of ...

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Efficiency of different particle sizes of dried Salvinia natans in the removing of Cu(II) and oil pollutions from water

02-Jul-2012 | A. M. Abd-Elnaby, M. A. Egorov, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

Aquatic plants can be useful in removing various contaminants from contaminated waters, since they can sorb large amounts of heavy metals and oil spill. To investigate the effects of different particle sizes of biosorbent on the metal biosorption and oil spill capacities, dried biomass of ...

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Problems of removing arsenic compounds from natural water in the pressure driven treatment process

02-Jul-2012 | L. A. Mel’nik, Yu. V. Babak, V. V. Goncharuk, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012

A review of modern research studies concerning the impact of arsenic compounds on the human health and their distribution in natural and drinking waters has been presented. The problems of arsenic removal during the process of natural water pressure driven desalination are also discussed.

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