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- 21Oil sands process-affected water
- 7Naphthenic acids
- 3Acid-extractable fraction
- 2Ceramic membrane
- 2Fluidized bed biofilm reactor
Fractionation of oil sands-process affected water using pH-dependent extractions: A study of dissociation constants for naphthenic acids specie
The impacts of ozonation on oil sands process-affected water biodegradability and biofilm formation characteristics in bioreactors
Desalination of oil sands process-affectedwater and basal depressurization water in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada: Application of electrodialysis
Biodegradation of oil sands process affected water in sequencing batch reactors and microbial community analysis by high-throughput pyrosequencing
Investigation of the Adsorption of Model and Oil Sands Process-Affected Water Naphthenic Acids on GraphiteDownload
Naphthenic acids (NAs) are constituents of bitumen in the oil sands deposits in northern Alberta, Canada. The extraction process of bitumen creates an enormous amount of wastewater called oil sands process affected waters (OSPW). This OSPW contains elevated concentrations of NAs, and other...
Coagulation/Flocculation/Sedimentation (CFS), petroleum coke (PC) adsorption, and zero valent iron (ZVI) oxidation-enhanced by PC were applied for the remediation of oil sands process-affected water (OPSW), generated from oil sands operations in northern Alberta, Canada. OSPW is a complex mixture...
Application of Ozone and Peroxone Processes for Naphthenic Acids Degradation in Oil Sands Process-Affected Water: Characterization of Water Before and After TreatmentDownload
Appling ozone (O3) with high doses (>100 mg/L) to remove naphthenic acids (NAs) from oil sands process-affected water (OSPW); limits its application and feasibility in the OSPW remediation. To decrease the required doses and their associated costs, this study examined the application of ozone...
Impact of petroleum coke characteristics on the adsorption of the organic fractions from oil sands process-affected water