Inorganic Coagulant - Flocculant Flocculation Mechanism Of Iron Salt

Flocculant iron salts dissolved in water, Fe hydrolysis can occur by dissolving strong and absorbent, and various polymerization occur simultaneously during the hydrolysis reaction of polynuclear light-based polymer having a long linear structure, such as Fe2 (OH) 2, Fe3 ( OH) 4, Fe5 (OH) 8, Fe6 (OH) 9 and the like. These iron complexes by the group can effectively reduce or eliminate the potential gross colloid solution, by charge neutralization, adsorption bridging and volume sweep floc action of colloid aggregation and the formation of a high degree of polymerization of Fe (OH) 3 gel.