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Formation of halogenated organic byproducts using preoxidation with chlorine, ozone and peroxone and post-chlorination of water containing humic substances



Formation of halogenated organic byproducts using preoxidation with chlorine, ozone and peroxone and post-chlorination of water containing humic substances



Engenharia Sanitaria E Ambiental: 3, 313-322



When chlorine is used as preoxidant, the formation of halogenated organic byproducts found in water treated and distributed to the population, are: trihalometane, haloacetic acids, haloaldehyde, haloketone, halophenol and halopicrin. This research was performed to evaluate the formation potential of 22 byproducts using the following preoxidants: chlorine, ozone and peroxone.

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