Tag Archives: flocculation


Published 10 Jun 2020

What Water Treatment Facility Managers Are Saying About Online Zeta Potential

A chat with Larry Wilt of American Water/ Tolt Water Treatment Plant in Seattle, WA Drinking water treatment plants are constantly challenged to manage coagulation chemicals as they strive for the precise dosage to enable a stable floc to form….READ MORE >

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Published 3 Oct 2018

Debye screening – how it affects zeta potential

Debye Screening – what is it?   In colloidal samples (and this spans the whole range from molecules in solution to particles in a dispersion) the movement of and forces between objects are often governed by the charge affecting neighbors….READ MORE >

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Published 3 Aug 2017

Parenterals: What are lipid emulsions?

Intralipid-Lipid emulsions Lipid emulsions are administered intravenously for a variety of purposes: To help feed patients with temporary difficulty in ingesting food orally For better transport of lipophilic drugs (fat-friendly active ingredient (API) which is not soluble in water) For…READ MORE >

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Published 5 May 2016

coagulation and flocculation analysis

Water treatment – a better way than jar testing? Water is at the foundation of life. Thus for humans H2O is of critical importance and most directly so for drinking water. In order to prepare water for safe consumption, water…READ MORE >

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