What is the difference between ferric chloride and ferric sulfate with respect TOC removal, handling, sludge production, effective pH range,...? I have a client who is looking into switching coagulants from aluminum sulfate to either of the ferrics for increase TOC removal.
Any lessons learned from switching from alum to ferric?
Thank you for your help.
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