1 edition of Virus removal by chemical coagulation found in the catalog.
Virus removal by chemical coagulation
|Statement||by Malay Chaudhuri|
|Series||Civil Engineering Studies. Sanitary Engineering Series -- no. 54, Sanitary Engineering Series -- 54.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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On the other hand, Ghernaout et al.  studied algae and cyanotoxins removal by coagulation-flocculation. Hu et al.  studied the feasibility of using coagulation for treating slightly.
In the absence of EC, MF alone achieved less than a log removal of MS2 virus, but, as the iron-coagulant dosage increased, the log virus removal increased dramatically.
Comparison of Electrocoagulation and Chemical Coagulation Pretreatment for Enhanced Virus Removal Using Microfiltration Membranes. Water Research, 39 (13). Comparison of electrocoagulation and chemical coagulation pretreatment for enhanced virus removal using microfiltration membranes.
Water Res. 39, – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Researchers have identified a new chemical class of compounds that have the potential to block genetically diverse viruses from replicating.
The findings could allow for the development of broad. Cell culture is mostly used for identification and cultivation of viruses. Cell culture is the process by which cells are grown under controlled conditions.
Cells are grown in vitro on glass or a treated plastic surface in a suitable growth medium. At first growth medium, usually balanced salt solution containing.