Janina Piekutin, Dariusz Boruszko, Józefa Wiater
Dispersing oil spill method is based on a interfacial tension reduction between water and oil through introduction a surfactant, so that spilled oil is changing its structure by dispersing in water. As a result of this process comes to break up oil contamination plume into smaller droplets, which is followed by its further dispersion in water. For study a 0.1% Rokrysol was used. The detergent was containing 30% of non-ionic surfactants, and 60% of anionic surfactants. In first research series the same amount of mixture and varying amounts of surfactant (SAA) were added, and in further series an established dose of the same surface active agents was added to varying amounts of crude oil. After mixing water with SPC emulsion was forming, which was decanted. The purpose of this paper was to determinate the possibilities of petroleum compounds removal from water with SAA usage.
SCP, woda, węglowodory ropopochodne
093. Chemical Removal of Petroleum Compounds from Water
SPC, Water; Petroleum Hydrocarbons
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Zadanie Czasopismo, Annual Set The Environment Protection Volume 17. Year 2015 (wersja elektroniczna) dofinansowane ze środków Ministerstwa Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego