March 2004
Volume 46 Number 3

Behavior of Silica Technologies Available and How They Rate
by Peter Meyers   Pages: 

Silica, the second most abundant element, is found in all natural water supplies. Silica chemistry is quite complex, second only to the chemistry of carbon compounds. In water treatment, we’re concerned with silica because of its tendency to form deposits—scale—on surfaces with which it comes into contact...

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