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Speciation of heavy metals in bottom sediments of drinking water reservoir for Gdansk, Poland – changes over the 14 yearsPublication
There was conducted a comparative study of the concentrations of heavy metals (Zn, Cu, Pb, and Cd) in the surface layer of sediments collected in two investigation periods: 1999–2000 and 2013. Theresults demonstrated that the degree of metals pollution decreased over time. The contamina-tion factors (Cf) calculated for Zn, Cu, Pb, and Cd were respectively 3.63, 3.86, 3.23, and 3.25 in the first period of research and 1.35, 3.42,...
Adsorption of Cr(VI) in aqueous solution using sago bark (Metroxylon sagu) as a new potential biosorbentPublication
This paper investigated the ability of sago bark (Metroxylon sagu) as a new potential biosorbent in removing Cr(VI) in batch system. The optimum adsorption capacity of sago bark (Metroxylon sagu) was 61.73 mg/g achieved at pH 3, agitation rate of 100 rpm, contact time 60 min, particle size ≤32 μm, and initial concentration of Cr(VI) 1,000 mg/L at room temperature (25°C). The adsorbent regeneration was carried out using 0.01 M HNO3...
All solid state electrodes taste sensor with modified polymer membranes for discrimination of mineral water with different CO2 contentPublication
A potentiometric taste sensor with All Solid State Electrodes containing five all solid state electrodes with appropriate lipophilic compounds (benzyldimethyltetradecylammonium chloride, dodecyltrimethylammonium bromide, palmitic acid, stearic acid, and phytol) embedded in a polymer membrane was applied for discrimination of mineral water samples differed in CO2 content. Samples of still, slightly sparkling, and sparkling Naleczowianka...
Investigation of MIEX® resin sedimentation in the aspect of particle sizes remaining in the supernatantPublication
The aim of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the MIEX® resin sedimentation process, both new and repeatedly used in hybrid water treatment MIEX®DOC + microfiltration (MF) or ultrafiltration (UF) processes (repeatedly regenerated). The tests consisted of performing 1 h sedimentation of the suspension resin in nonflow conditions and analysis of supernatant water at different process durations. The suspension weight analysis...
The possibility of the application of a potentiometric sensor with all-solid-state electrodes for the quality control of different natural watersPublication
The quality of various natural waters was examined by a new potentiometric sensor with six all solid state electrodes containing an appropriate lipophilic compound in a polymer membrane. Physicochemical parameters such as conductivity and acidity of tested waters were also tested. All waters were neutral or slightly alkaline and contained different ions (e.g., Cl–) due to the place of their sampling (a coastal zone and a moraine...
Characterization of various drinking waters by new potentiometric taste sensor with lipid, lipid-like polymer membranesPublication
A new sensing system comprising five all-solid-state electrodes with lipid, lipid like-polymer membranes was applied for rapid qualitative and quantitative analysis of various drinking waters. The results elaborated by chemometric methods revealed sensitivity to CO2 content in drinking water, suggesting that this sensing system could be used as a taste sensor. The ability of taste sensor to perform quantitative analysis of minerals...
The aim of the study was to apply laser granulometer for measuring sizes of particles formed in iron-based coagulation process in water, which did not contain significant amounts of organic compounds. The research was conducted using tap water, obtained from underground sources. Iron sulfate in doses of 2.0–10.0 mgFe L–1 was added to water. During initial stage of flocculation, iron hydroxide particles reached dimensions between...
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