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In this study, a commonly used ferric chloride was utilised as coagulant for removing organic compounds from seawater. More than 57% of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) was removed at optimum dosage of 3 mg Fe +3 /L. The coagulation by FeCl 3 at optimum dosage could remove a majority (95%) of hydrophobic compounds. The results from Liquid Chromatography -Organic Carbon Detector (LC-OCD) showed that only less than 0.02 mg/L of hydrophobic compounds was found after coagulation. In addition, thedoi:10.2166/ws.2011.036 fatcat:jrtmuv5ftzc45cgi5nm754xz3q