Silica and its application in water treatment industry
Silica sand in water treatment
the main composition of silica, silicon is. The name comes from the Latin word meaning flint silica silicon and - ium taken at the end of the metal impacted refer to it, an extension that is used in many non-English languages. The name that is used in English for it is to similarity with other Silicon Nonmetals like carbon has been chosen. This name change was proposed in 1831.
Silicon is a chemical element with symbol Si oxides families in groups of four and three of the periodic table of elements. 14 is the atomic number of the element and four electrons in the valence shell. Si atomic mass of 28. 86 has three stable isotopes. The reactivity of the element carbon nonmetal teammate and overhead is less than the reactivity of the germanium oxides further downstream. Conflict over silicon updated features that were first dating.
Silica or silicon dioxide (SiO2) is the chemical compound that about 60 percent of the Earth's crust. And the purity and composition of the silicate minerals there. A total of 90 percent of the crust of the Earth's silicate form. Silicon-based crime in the eyes of many, the eighth most abundant element in the universe. That's why the most abundant material in the Earth's crust after oxygen silica.
Silica SiO2 is the name for all minerals. Even if crystal, physical and geological conditions are different to each other.
Pure silica, SiO2 is a colorless to white and has a molecular structure that is the most abundant material in the Earth's crust.
Silica in water treatment to remove wastes and suspended primarily for water used. Silica filtration (filtration), which is a physical method to remove suspended particles of water. The particles can be used as the main bed of flowers, color, particle formation in action coagulation, deposition, accumulation of particles, such as calcium carbonate deposits, deposits of iron and manganese, organic matter, plankton, bacteria and particles resulting from corrosion and ... is.