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Effects of temperature and dissolved CO2 on the scaling of water in the presence of copper and zinc

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In this study, through the method of rapid controlled precipitation (RCP), the influence of temperature and dissolved CO2 on the scaling capacity of mineral water in the presence of copper and zinc ions was studied in laboratory experiments. The results indicated that with a rise in temperature or concentration of dissolved CO2, the scaling time of Salvetat water greatly decreased and the rate of precipitation considerably increased; therefore, the minimum dosage of copper or zinc ion for achieving total inhibition of scaling needed to be increased, which would provide better guidance for practical use of metal ions in inhibiting the scaling of drinking water.
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hal-02455269 , version 1 (25-01-2020)

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Dan Liu, Bingru Zhang, Li Fengting, Franck Hui, Jean Lédion. Effects of temperature and dissolved CO2 on the scaling of water in the presence of copper and zinc. Ionics, 2011, 17, pp.751-757. ⟨10.1007/s11581-011-0578-7⟩. ⟨hal-02455269⟩
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