Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13091/4831
Title: Efficiency of coagulation-flocculation and chlorination processes in the removal of endosulfan from water sources
Authors: Küçükçongar, Sezen
Yılmaz, Mustafa
Türkyılmaz, Mehmet
Keywords: Endosulfan
drinking water
Taguchi experimental design
chlorination
coagulation-flocculation
Drinking-Water
Organic-Matter
Surface-Water
Pesticides
Fate
Pharmaceuticals
Optimization
Herbicides
Transformation
Degradation
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Abstract: In this study, the efficiency of conventional drinking water treatment processes (coagulation-flocculation and chlorination) for endosulfan removal and metabolite formation were investigated. Taguchi experimental design and analysis of variance (ANOVA) were applied using Minitab program. The highest removal efficiency was obtained as 65% at 6 mg/L initial endosulfan concentration, 30 mg/L aluminium sulfate dose and pH 7, in the coagulation-flocculation experiments. In chlorination experiments, it was determined that the variables of initial endosulfan concentration, chlorine dose, pH and contact time contributed 55.84%, 21.25%, 5.74% and 3.48% to the endosulfan removal, respectively, according to the ANOVA results. The presence of endosulfan metabolites like endosulfan ether, sulfate, and lactone were also detected and measured. P values were obtained only in endosulfan sulfate formation as a result of chlorination, lower than 0.05 for initial endosulfan concentration, chlorine dose and time parameters; apart from this, P values were not statistically significant in all other experiments.
Description: Article; Early Access
URI: https://doi.org/10.1080/1573062X.2023.2273534
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13091/4831
ISSN: 1573-062X
1744-9006
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