Soil Chemistry Changes at Rapid Infiltration Site
Unchlorinated primary effluent has been applied to the land for rapid infiltration treatment at Hollister, Calif. for 30 yr. Domestic wastewater has been used on the site for about 50...

Soil Solution Chemistry and Slash Disposal

Seasonal Water Chemistry in the Tidal Potomac River

Chemical Conditioning of Water Plant Sludges

Treatment of Brackish, Sea and Chemically Contaminated Fresh Water by Reverse Osmosis

Water Industry Fighting EPA's Drinking Water Regulations
With few exceptions, most of the nation's drinking-water utilities are strongly opposed to many provisions of EPA's proposed regulations for reducing the levels...

Flow Equalization—Plus for Wastewater Treatment Plants
Flow equalization is important in maintaining optimum level performance in chemical water treatment plants. One way to do this is to build storage tanks upstream to regulate flow instead...

Effects of Lodgepole Pine Logging and Residue Disposal on Subsurface Water Chemistry

Clay Chemistry and Slope Stability
The East Bay hills of Contra Costa County, California, east of Berkeley and Oakland, are well known for unstable soil conditions and numerous slope failures are observed each year during...

Effect of Calcium Bicarbonate on Disinfection by Halogens
The inorganic entities in water comprise a significant portion of chemicals in water and their effects upon the disinfection process should be fully evaluated. This investigation was undertaken...

Bromine and Bromamine Disinfection Chemistry
The chemistry of bromine as a water disinfectant is analyzed. A logarithmic pH versus bromine-ammonia mole ratio distribution diagram for bromine and the bromamines is presented for 10-4...

Bromine and Bromamine Disinfection Chemistry

Disinfectant Chemistry and Biocidal Activities

Chemistry of N and Mn Cox Hollow Lake, Wis., Following Destratification
Concentrations and forms of nitrogen and manganese species were determined in Cox Hollow Lake, Wisconsin, after the lake was destratified by artificial aeration. Destratification of this...

Depositional Behavior of Kaolinite in Turbulent Flow
An experimental investigation, utilizing an apparatus consisting of an annular-rotating channel and a counterrotating ring, of the depositional characteristics of a fine, cohesive sediment...

Mechanism of Coagulation in Water Treatment
Application of physical theory of coagulation to processes that take place in chemical water treatment gives satisfactory explanation of phenomena observed in water treatment using hydrolyzing...

Water Quality in the Missouri River
Pollution study conducted from concern over river's potential as plankton producer following clarification expected from reservoir system; reservoir influences upon water...

Chemical-Electric Measurement of Water
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Some Remarks on the Chemistry of the Processes of Lime Sulphite Fiber Manufacture
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