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Study on the content of trace beneficial elements in drinking water by new needle stone ceramic materials under different heating conditions

ABSTRACT
In this paper, the rich in calcium and magnesium zinc chrome strontium selenium and other 40 kinds of trace elements beneficial to human body and mineral material analysis, developed a new kind of new needle stone ceramic materials that can change the drinking water quality. Existing ceramic materials, although some contain trace elements. Some existing ceramic materials in the human body needs trace elements, but its chemical properties of stability, very difficult to apply to water. Which are rich in stone needle component of ceramic material, it not only can improve water quality in the drinking water is rich in many kinds of trace elements, and on the form has the very good plasticity, can be processed to produce forms of household appliances and other functional products, also can make particles added to the water purification device in long time used in this paper, first of all, the main factors of affecting the content of trace elements in drinking water done in-depth research, and then according to the material, the factors which influence study materials can be widely used in drinking water purification and treatment.
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PAPER SUBMITTED: 2018-11-17
PAPER REVISED: 2019-01-15
PAPER ACCEPTED: 2019-01-20
PUBLISHED ONLINE: 2019-05-18
DOI REFERENCE: https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI181117142L
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