Advances in Water Treatment and Pollution Prevention
Sanjay K. Sharma, Rashmi Sanghi
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 19, 2012 - Science - 460 pages
Advances in Water Treatment and Pollution Prevention explores the most up-to-date studies in the field of water pollution. More specifically, this book examines the causes and effects of this threatening phenomenon and identifies the preventive measures that can be taken to contain, and even to defeat, water pollution worldwide.
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Chapter 2 Water Pathways Through the Ages From Early Aqueducts to Next Generation of Wastewater Treatment Plants
Chapter 3 The Removal of Illicit Drugs and Metabolites During Wastewater and Drinking Water Treatment
Chapter 4 Removal of Dyes and Pigments from Industrial Effluents
Chapter 5 Heavy Metal Removal Through Biosorptive Pathways
Chapter 6 MesoporousAssembled Nanocrystal Photocatalysts for Degradation of Azo Dyes
Chapter 7 MicrowaveAssisted Organic Pollutants Degradation
Chapter 8 Direct Flocculation Process for Wastewater Treatment
Chapter 9 Combined Macromolecular Adsorption and Coagulation for Improvement of Membrane Separation in Water Treatment
Chapter 10 Hybrid Sonochemical Treatment of Contaminated Wastewater Sonophotochemical and Sonoelectrochemical Approaches Part I Descriptio...
Chapter 11 Hybrid Sonochemical Treatments of Wastewater Sonophotochemical and Sonoelectrochemical Approaches Part II Sonophotocatalytic an...
Chapter 12 Nature Is the Answer Water and Wastewater Treatment by New NaturalBased Agents
Chapter 13 PolysaccharideBased Macromolecular Materials for Decolorization of Textile Effluents
Chapter 14 Wastewater Treatment with Concomitant Bioenergy Production Using Microbial Fuel Cells