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Title Coagulation
Subject Canyon
Description Coagulation is a positive-negative ion process. Plant managers add chemicals with a positive charge. Negatively charged bacteria and dirt join with the chemical to form a floc molecule. A series of motors turns the water so that the floc molecule becomes increasingly larger. Spotlights show the relative sizes of the enlarging molecules.
Coverage Big Cottonwood Water Treatment Plant Big Cottonwood Creek 40°37'7.54"N 111°46'57.47"W
Date 2009-08-24
Creator Craig Denton
Type image
Format image/tif
Rights Craig L. Denton 2009. Use of this file is allowed in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License;

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