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Category: Chemistry Basics
Question: How can arsenic be removed from aqueous waste streams?
Keywords: arsenic,removal,ferric,chloride,waste,precipitation,floc,agglomerate
Answer: Often times, ferric chloride is added to such a stream. The ferric chloride aids in the formation of floc to agglomerate fine arsenic particles that can then be removed by mechanical means.


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