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Flotation processes

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Flotation is a process that involves producing small air bubbles in the water being treated. The bubbles then attach to floc particles produced by coagulation (Link?) and flocculation (Link?). The resulting bubble-floc agglomerates are buoyant and so float to the surface of the water where they accumulate as a floating layer of sludge, known as float, before being removed.

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