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1 Drinking Water Chemistry CTB3365x Introduction to water treatment Dr. ir. Doris van Halem Assistant Professor in Drinking Water

2 This lecture Ion balance ph Carbonic acid equilibrium Saturation index (SI) Hardness

3 Periodic table

4 Ion balance Electrical neutrality Major ions usually represent most of the dissolved ions in water The sum of the milliequivalents of major cations and anions should be nearly equal

5 Why Ion Balance calculations? To check results of water quality analyses of the laboratory To assure that you included all major ions of your water sample in the analysis

6 Ion Balance S c i M i * z i = S c i M i * z i Cations Anions With c = concentration (mg/l) M = molar mass (g/mol) z = valance (-)

7 Calculating ion balance (pg. 225) Cations Concentration (mg/l) Anions What is the sulfate concentration in this sample? Concentration (mg/l) Na + 63 Cl - 73 K + 5 HCO Ca NO 3-1 Mg 2+ 9 SO 4 2-? Fe 2+ 4 Mn 2+ 1 NH 4 + 2

8 Ion balance Make a table with the concentration (c), molar mass (M) and valancy (z) of all anions and cations (e.g., in spreadsheet) Calculate total valence concentration (meq/l) for the cations: c i /M i *z i Example compound Na + c 63 mg/l M 23 g/mol z 1

9 Calculating ion balance (pg. 225) Cations Concentration (mg/l) Valence concentration (meq/l) Na K Ca Mg Fe Mn NH TOTAL: 6.14 meq/l

10 Calculating ion balance Principle of electrical neutrality For anions: c i / M i * z i = 6.14 meq/l SO 2-4 = = 1.60 meq/l 1.60 meq/l = 160/2 = 0.80 mmol/l = 76.8 mg/l

11 Ionisation of water Ionisation of water with H + and OH - ions K w = [H + ] x [OH - ] (ion product of water) Neutral water solution: [H + ] = [OH - ] = mmol/l

12 ph Decimal logarithm Neutral solution: ph = 7 (at 25 C) Simplified: ph = -l og 10 [H + ] At 25 C: poh = -l og 10 [OH - ] ph + poh =14

13 CO 2 dissociation CO 2 + H 2 O H 2 CO 3 H 2 CO 3 H + + HCO 3 K 1 = [H + ][HCO 3- ] / [H 2 CO 3 ] = (at 25 C) HCO 3- H + + CO 3 2- K 2 = [H + ][CO 3 2- ] / [HCO 3- ] = (at 25 C)

14 pk pk = -log(k) pk 1 = ph + log {[H 2 CO 3 ]/[HCO 3- ]} = 6.35 (at 25 C) pk 2 = ph + log{[hco 3- ]/[CO 2-3 ]} = (at 25 C) If concentrations between {} are equal, pk = ph

15 Relationship ph and C

16 Calculating ph ph of soda if 4.4g of CO 2 is added to 1L of demineralized water

17 Calculating ph Added CO 2 (or H 2 CO 3 ) = 4.4 / 44 = 0.1 mol x mol CO 2 dissociates, making x mol H +, x mol HCO 3 - and (1-x) mol CO 2 (neglecting HCO 3- transformation to CO 3 2- ) Use K 1 = x. x / (0.1-x) = x = 0.21 mmol/l ph = - log( ) = 3.68

18 ph if 1 mmol/l HCO 3- is dosed? ph = pk 1 log([h 2 CO 3 ] / [HCO 3- ] = 6.35 log(99.79 / (0.21+1)) = = 4.43

19 Calcium carbonate equilibrium Calcium carbonate is difficult to dissolve in water: Ca 2+ + CO 3 2- CaCO 3 K s = [Ca 2+ ][CO 3 2- ] = (at 25 C) If CO 3 2- is removed from water, more CaCO 3 can dissolve

20 Calcium carbonate equilibrium Through CO 2 calcareous rock and lime stone can be dissolved: CaCO 3 + CO 2 + H 2 O <-> Ca HCO 3 - K = [Ca 2+ ][HCO 3- ] 2 /[CO 2 ] = (at 25 C) If all calcium originates from CaCO 3 : [Ca 2+ ] = [HCO 3- ] / 2

21 Tilmanns diagram

22 Tilmanns diagram

23 Aggressive water Increasing ph by the removal of CO2, through: Gas transfer Adding a base (e.g., lime) or, by reaction with CaCO 3 (e.g., marble filtration)

24 Calcium carbonate equilibrium constants pk 10 C 25 C 100 C K s K K K w

25 Saturation Index (SI) The degree of over- or undersaturation of calcium carbonate: SI = ph ph s = log (([Ca 2+ ]. [CO 3 2- ]) / K s ) phs = pk 2 pk s log ([Ca 2+ ][HCO 3- ])

26 Parameter Unit Value K + mg/l 7 Na + mg/l 46 NH + 4 mg/l 1 Fe 2+ mg/l 4 Mg 2+ mg/l 9.5 Ca 2+ mg/l 78 Cl - mg/l 63.5 HCO - 3 mg/l 200 SO 2-4 mg/l 95 CO 2 mg/l 36 O 2 mg/l 0 ph What is the Saturation Index (SI) of this sample?

27 Saturation Index (SI) ph s = pk 2 - pk s log([hco 3- ][Ca 2+ ]) in mol/l (!): ([HCO 3- ][Ca 2+ ]) = 6.39 * 10-6 ph s = log(6.39 * 10-6 ) SI = ph ph s = = -0.26

28 Saturation Index (SI) SI > 0: CaCO 3 precipitating SI < 0: CaCO 3 dissolving (aggressive) Drinking water should be slightly precipitating to prevent dissolution of (cement-bound) materials during distribution

29 Hardness

30 Hardness The sum of dissolved calcium & magnesium ions Typically expressed in mmol/l In the Netherlands the term German hardness is also used 1 GH or 1 D = mmol/l

31 Calculating hardness Spa Reine Mineral Concentration (mg/l) Sodium Na + 3 Calcium Ca 2+ 5 Magnesium Mg 2+ 1 Chloride Cl - 5 Sulfate SO Nitrate NO Bicarbonate HCO

32 Calculating hardness Spa Reine Mineral Concentration (mg/l) Sodium Na + 3 Calcium Ca 2+ 5 Magnesium Mg 2+ 1 Chloride Cl - 5 Sulfate SO Nitrate NO Bicarbonate HCO

33 Calculating hardness Spa Reine Mineral Concentration (mg/l) Sodium Na + 3 Calcium Ca 2+ 5 Magnesium Mg 2+ 1 Chloride Cl - 5 Sulfate SO Nitrate NO Bicarbonate HCO

34 Calculating hardness Spa Reine Calcium Magnesium = concentration / molar mass = 5 mg/l / = mmol/l = concentration / molar mass = 1 mg/l / = mmol/l Total hardness = 0.17 mmol/l or 0.93 GH

35 Guidelines for tap water Dutch Decree of Water Supply: >1 and <2.5 mmol/l Water should be non-aggressive and non-scaling (during heating) ph: >7.0 and <9.5 Saturation Index (SI) = >-0.2

36 Drinking Water Chemistry CTB3365x Introduction to water treatment Dr. ir. Doris van Halem Assistant Professor in Drinking Water

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