COD and dissolved inorganic material Chemical oxygen demand (COD) or total organic carbon (TOC) are often considered to be measures of released organic material in white waters. Their concentration is closely dependent on specific water consumption. In the previously referred closed-cycle test referred to above 1, the enrichment of COD in DIP and TMP filtrates
Authors & references
Author: Hans Putz
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