Integrated adsorption and ultrasonic technology for water treatment processes


Nataliya Vronska, Myroslav Malovanyy, Iryna Koval, Volodymyr Starchevskyy

The aim of this work is to study the process of water purification from mechanical and chemical pollution and pathogenic microflora by adsorption and ultrasonic methods. Proposed technology reduces bacterial contamination and purifies water from organic pollutants, improving its quality.

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