PRACTICAL CHLORINE DIOXIDE--Vol. 2 Applications
By Greg D. Simpson,Ph.D.
1st Edition 2007, ISBN 0-9771985-1-0, 301 pages hard cover.
About the Book
Practical Chlorine Dioxide is a comprehensive book for those who want to use ClO2 safely and effectively. The subject matter includes safety, environmental, reaction chemistry, generation chemistry and equipment, analytical, and materials of compatibility. In addition, there is a "Frequently Asked Questions" chapter which answers many of the common questions about ClO2 and its use. Thiese books on chlorine dioxide are more comprehensive than other books on ClO2, in that the material is presented from more of an industrial perspective than a drinking water perspective. Volume I lays the foundation for those who desire to begin working with this versatile chemical. Vol. II deals with a number of the more conventional applications.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Treatment of Cooling Systems with ClO2
Chapter 2 Slime Control of Alkaline Whitewater Systems with ClO2
Chapter 3 Ballast Water Disinfection with ClO2
Chapter 4 Biofouling Control of Cooling Tower Fill with ClO2
Chapter 5 Disinfection of Influent Water with ClO2
Chapter 6 Controlling Algae with ClO2
Chapter 7 Enhancing Filter Performance with ClO2
Chapter 8 Control of Legionel/a pneumophila with ClO2
Chapter 9 Control of Corbicula fluminea (Asian Clams) with ClO2
Chapter 10 Control of H2S/Sulfides with ClO2
Chapter 11 Particle Count Reduction in Filters with ClO2
Chapter 12 Fe Removal with ClO2
Chapter 13 Control of Dresseniapolymorpha (Zebra Mussels) with ClO2
Chapter 14 Phenol Destruction with ClO2
Chapter 15 Cyanide Destruction with ClO2
Chapter 16 More Frequently Asked Questions
Chapter 17 Control of H2S/Sulfides with Chlorite
Chapter 18 Control of Mercaptan Odors with ClO2
Chapter 19 Controlling V FA Odors in Closed Paper Mills with ClO2
Chapter 20 Control of RO Membrane Biofouling with ClO2
Chapter 21 Biofilm Control with ClO2
About the Author
Greg Simpson received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemistry from West Texas State University where he was a Robert A. Welch Fellow during the years of his graduate studies. He received his Ph.D. degree in Physical Chemistry from the University of Illinois. He has 25 years' experience in the water treatment industry in the area of sales and sales management, product formulations and applications, and technical support and management. For the past 15 years he has had a focus on oxidation chemistry and is a recognized authority on chlorine dioxide chemistry and applications.
Greg is currently a global water-treatment consultant, with a special focus in the use of ClO2. Between consulting assignments, he works for ChemCal, Inc., a water treatment company based in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area. He has about 5 dozen technical papers, one book in print, one being edited, and holds 15 patents. He currently resides in Seabrook, Texas.