Anyone have a rule of thumb on how much chlorine is required to oxidize iron in ground water? The iron is all in the ferrous state when leaving the well. I'm looking for something like this: 2 ppm Cl2 for every 1 ppm of iron, or something similar. Not sure if there is a rule of thumb for this, but thought those with experience in this might have a suggestion.
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