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Appl Microbiol. 1975 December; 30(6): 905–908.
PMCID: PMC376566

Removal of algae from Florida lakes by magnetic filtration.


Magnetic filtration was used for the removal of algal populations present in five lakes located in the vicinity of Gainesville, Fla. It was found that the use of this technique enabled a good removal (94%) of algal cells from three lakes where the pH was around 7. The other two lakes, with a higher pH, displayed a lower removal. However, the treatment was greatly improved by lowering the pH from 9.5 to 6.5.

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