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190 Newest Publications in journal of water chemistry and technologyrss
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06-Mar-2012 | V. V. Goncharuk, V. B. Lapshin, M. A. Chichaeva, I. S. Matveeva, A. O. Samsoni-Todorov, V. V. Taranov, A. V. Syroezhkin, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
We have investigated concentration levels of heavy metals, aluminum, and arsenic in the near-water layer of the atmosphere. Heavy metal concentrations in the sea aerosols of the seas of the western part of the Arctic are within the range from 0.01 to 1000 ng/m3. The data collected in highland ...
06-Mar-2012 | V. E. Polyakov, Yu. I. Tarasevich, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
We have investigated the ion-exchange sorption of cations of alkaline metals on saponite at the constant and varied ionic force. We have determined a selectivity series of exchange centers of saponite with respect to these cations. It has been shown that the exchange centers on the saponite ...
06-Mar-2012 | E. E. Levitskaya, R. V. Prikhod’ko, V. V. Goncharuk, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
We have investigated factors affecting the formation of the structure and properties of active centers of catalysts of hydrogen synthesis of organic compounds on the basis of hybrid lanthanum-titanium oxide systems based on copper and silver. It has been shown that the conditions for the ...
06-Mar-2012 | D. F. Zeng, D. Hu, J. Cheng, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
k]In this study, the coagulating effect of a novel composite flocculant on treating papermaking wastewater was studied and discussed. Results indicated that it achieved the best coagulating effect when this composite flocculant consisting of 60 mg/l of polymerized ferrous sulfate, 2 mg/l of ...
06-Mar-2012 | S. A. Dolenko, V. V. Popov, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
The article has studied sorption of the main dye of methylene blue on polyurethane foam and influence on it of sodium dodecyl sulfate additives. We have developed a sorption-photometric technique of determining 5–30 μg of sodium dodecyl sulfate at the sample volume 25 cm3.
06-Mar-2012 | L. N. Puzyrnaya, G. N. Pshinko, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
The immobilization of salts from NPPs stillage residues in natural mineral-based ceramic matrices was studied. The clinoptilolite-montmorillonite matrices containing approx. 10 wt % of stillage residues salts were shown to have quite low values of water absorption and effective porosity (0.1 and ...
06-Mar-2012 | S. Yu. Bashtan, V. A. Bagrii, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
We investigated the process of electrochemical oxidation of phenol on titanium-oxide-manganese and oxide-cobalt anodes. The data on the impact of current density and phenol concentration in the solution on the degree of decomposition and energy costs were presented.
06-Mar-2012 | V. V. Goncharuk, V. F. Kovalenko, I. A. Zlatskii, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
The quality of water from public drinking water supply system, from artesian wells in Kiev and bottled non-carbonated drinking water produced by various companies was investigated using a set of animal and plant test organisms. The integral index—a total toxicity index which allowed researchers ...
07-Jan-2012 | A. S. Makarov, R. E. Klishchenko, V. A. Zavgorodnii, E. V. Makarova, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
The article has investigated the influence of the water salt content and modification of the coal surface under the effects of anionic and cationic SAS, oxidants (KMnO4, H2O2) and leaching agents (HF) on electric surface and rheological properties of coal-aqueous suspensions. We have determined ...
07-Jan-2012 | V. V. Goncharuk, V. P. Badekha, A. V. Badekha, D. D. Kucheruk, I. Ya. Pischai, O. S. Sidorenko, Z. N. Shkavro, Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology, 2012
The process of calcium oxide regeneration from the sludge left after treating landfill drainage wastewater was studied. It was found that calcium oxide can be regenerated from sludge by means of heat treatment in electric furnaces within three hours at 700°C and 1.5 kW power consumption per 1 kg ...