1.4 Drinking Water Chemistry
In this lecture about drinking water chemistry the most important parameters for drinking water chemistry are introduced.
If you have a background in chemical engineering, this lecture may be relatively easy for you. However, if you don’t have a background in chemistry, this quick recap of the core chemical calculations needed for the design of water treatment processes will be helpful.
In this lecture a reference is made to the periodic table, which you will find here: periodic table.
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