Symbols

[AlOpi]geq

f AlCa(HCO3)2 fAlCaO

Gram equivalents per liter of optimum alum dose First hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion Second hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion Fourth hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion Seventeenth hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion Thirty-fourth hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion Concentration of the first hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion, gmols/L

Concentration of the second hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion, gmols/L

Concentration of the fourth hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion, gmols/L

Concentration of the seventeenth hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion, gmols/L

Concentration of the thirty-fourth hydroxide complex of the aluminum ion, gmols/L

Fraction of MAlkgeq reacted by calcium bicarbonate Fraction of MAlkgeq reacted by lime f Feiica(HcO3)2 Fraction of MFeIIkgeq reacted in the presence of calcium bicarbonate fFeIICaO Fraction of MFeIIkgeq reacted by lime alone f FenICa(HCO3)2 Fraction of MFeIIIkgeq reacted by calcium bicarbonate fFeinCaO Fraction of MFemkgeq reacted by lime

[FeIIcpi]geq Gram equivalents per liter of optimum copperas dose

[FeIIIcpi]geq Gram equivalents per liter optimum dose of any of the two ferric salts

FeOH+ First hydroxide complex of the ferrous ion

Fe(OH)- Third hydroxide complex of the ferrous ion

[FeOH+] Concentration of the first hydroxide complex of the ferrous ion, gmols/L

[Fe(OH)-] Concentration of the first third hydroxide complex of the ferrous ion, gmols/L

FeOH2+ First hydroxide complex of the ferric ion

Fe(OH)+ Second hydroxide complex of the ferric ion

Fe2(OH)42+ Second hydroxide complex of the ferric double ion

Fe(OH)- Fourth hydroxide complex of the ferric ion

[FeOH2+] Concentration of the first hydroxide complex of the ferric ion, gmols/L

[Fe(OH)+] Concentration of the second hydroxide complex of the ferric ion, gmols/L

[Fe2(OH)2+] Concentration of the second hydroxide complex of the ferric double ion, gmols/L [Fe(OH)-] Concentration of the fourth hydroxide complex of the ferric ion, gmols/L

[H+p(] Optimum hydrogen ion concentration, gmoles/L

K Al(OH) Equilibrium constant of Al(OH)2+

K ai2(oh)2 c Equilibrium constant of Al2(OH)2+

K Ai(OH)4 c Equilibrium constant of Al(OH)-

KA^(OH) c Equilibrium constant of Al7(OH)1+

KAl13(OH)34c Equilibrium constant of Al13 (OH)354+

KFeOHc Equilibrium constant of FeOH+

KFeOHc Equilibrium constant of FeOH2+

KFe(OH) c Equilibrium constant of Fe(OH)+

KFe (OH) c Equilibrium constant of Fe2(OH)2

K Fe(OH)4 c Equilibrium constant of Fe(OH)-

K Fe(OH^ c Equilibrium constant of Fe(OH)-

Ksp ,Al(OH) Solubility product constant of Al(OH)3(s)

Ksp ,Fe(OH^ Solubility product constant of Fe(OH)2(s)

Ksp ,Fe(OH)3 Solubility product constant of Fe(OH)3(s)

Kw Ion product of water

MAl Kilograms of alum used

MAlkgeq Kilogram equivalents of alum used

MCa(HCO^Al Kilogram mass of calcium bicarbonate used with alum as coagulant

M Ca(HCO3)2kgeqAl

MCaOAl MCaOkgeqAl M AlOH

Mpell

Ca(HCO3)2FeII Ca(HCO3)2kgeqFeII

MCaOFeII MCaOkgeqFeII M FeOHFeII

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