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Correlation between pH and removal of Boron by using RO membrane


(2000)

I'm doing my thesis now. I need information about correlation between pH and Boron removal by using RO membrane. I would appreciate if anyone could help me.

Tan Ming C. [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Skudai,Johor Bahru,Malaysia


January 17, 2008

Hello, I found on the internet some answers. You can change pH to 9 or higher to receive more borate ions. It gives more efficiency on Reverse osmosis membranes.
I hope that was helpful.

Michal Adamik
- Mikolow, Poland



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