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Title

Dissolved organic matter adsorption from surface waters by granular composites versus granular activated carbon columns: An applicable approach

AuthorsZusman, Ofri B.; Kummel, Mario L.; Rosa Arranz, José M. de la ; Mishael, Y. G.
KeywordsDissolved organic matterv
Dissolved organic matter
Surface water
Polymer-clay composite
Granules
Filtration
Issue Date15-Aug-2020
PublisherElsevier
CitationWater Research 181:115920 (2020)
AbstractMany new sorbents have been introduced as an alternative for granular activated carbon (GAC), the most common sorbent for dissolved organic matter (DOM) removal. In the current study, we developed an applicable granular composite based on a flocculant commonly employed for drinking water treatment adsorbed to montmorillonite. DOM adsorption from surface waters, Lake Kinneret and Suwannee River, with low and high specific ultraviolet absorption (SUVA), respectively, by composite and GAC columns, was studied. Adsorption of DOM from Suwannee River was significantly higher by the composite column, in comparison to the GAC column, while an opposite trend was obtained for the adsorption of DOM from Lake Kinneret. In-situ regeneration of the columns with a brine solution was extremely efficient and inefficient for the composite and GAC columns, respectively. Adsorption, of both waters, post-regeneration by the composite column was not compromised, while GAC effectiveness decreased. The opposite trend in DOM adsorption from Suwannee River and Lake Kinneret was explained by the different affinities of the sorbents towards various DOM molecules. Distinguishing between different DOM components adsorbed by GAC and the composite was supported by 13C NMR and direct pyrolysis-GC-MS measurements. Furthermore, we demonstrated that the kinetics and adsorption at the equilibrium of five organic molecules to the composite and GAC can be correlated to their chemical-physical properties. Indeed, combining the properties of both sorbents, by integrating them into a single column, yielded higher DOM removal than by the individual columns. Furthermore, since DOM removal by GAC and by the composite, increases, and decreases with temperature, respectively, the integrated column, mitigates the changes in removal, stabilizing the adsorption performance. Such an integrated filter may minimize additional seasonal and water quality fluctuations.
Description42 páginas.- 9 figuras.- 1 tabla.- referencias.- Appendix A. Supplementary data
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2020.115920
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/213050
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2020.115920
E-ISSN1879-2448
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