Characterization of wastewater, Chemistry

a) Describe why not all of the organic matter in wastewater is converted to carbon dioxide and water in biological treatment.

b) What is the importance of the BOD in the characterization of wastewater?

c) Why are samples incubated at 20°C in the dark for 5 days in the BOD test?

 

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