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We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. ADMI values ranged from 50 to units for the dyeing of cotton. It was concluded that ADMI units was a reasonable value to aim for when simulating coloured effluents.

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Simulated textile effluents may be used for research purposes. These should resemble real wastes as closely as possible, but it is often difficult to replicate the ADMI values, absorbance and spectra of real effluents.

The concentrations of dye used in simulated effluents examined in literature varied from 0. As absorbance and ADMI values change with the types of dye used, it is difficult to relate these values to dye concentrations. A concentration of 0. A dye mixture simulating colour in a real textile effluent is suggested and some limitations of simulating actual wastewaters discussed.

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Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Abstract This paper aims to review the problem of colour in textile effluents, the different classes of dyes available and their contribution to the problem. Citing Literature. Volume 74 , Issue 11 November Pages Related Information.