Fluoride in Magadi Salts

  • Tjell, Jens Christian (Project Manager)
  • Nielsen, Joan Maj (Project Participant)
  • Engell, John Emil (Project Participant)
  • Mtalo, Felix (Collaborative Partner)
  • Dahi, Elian (Collaborative Partner)

Project Details


High Fluoride intakes via water is common in dry or volcanic regions in Africa. This calamity is aggravated with the use of Magadi (sodium hydrogen carbonate) with high Fluoride concentrations.
The Ph.D. project covers the occurrence of contaminated Magadi, the crystallization processes in the alkaline lakes, and the technical possibilities for purifying Magadi for human consumption.
Effective start/end date01/09/199431/10/1997

Collaborative partners


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