Abstract

• Chlorination of the NOM isolates and raw waters: • Rapidly formed organic chloramines within 10 minutes • Average organic chloramines production (10 minutes): 0.78 (NOM) and 0.96 (raw waters) mg-Cl2/mg-DON • Decomposition of organic chloramines occurred over time - decreased by 70% over 1 day • Monochloramination of the NOM isolates and raw waters: • Took much more time to form organic chloramines than chlorination • Average organic chloramines production (24 hours): 0.16 mg-Cl2/mg-DON • Organic chloramines formed upon monochloramination is more stable.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAmerican Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009
StatePublished - 2009
EventAmerican Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009 - San Diego, CA, United States
Duration: Jun 14 2009Jun 18 2009

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OtherAmerican Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009
CountryUnited States
CitySan Diego, CA
Period6/14/096/18/09

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Lee, W., & Westerhoff, P. (2009). Effect of organic nitrogen on the formation of organic chloramines. In American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009

Effect of organic nitrogen on the formation of organic chloramines. / Lee, Wontae; Westerhoff, Paul.

American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009. 2009.

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Lee, W & Westerhoff, P 2009, Effect of organic nitrogen on the formation of organic chloramines. in American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009. American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009, San Diego, CA, United States, 6/14/09.
Lee W, Westerhoff P. Effect of organic nitrogen on the formation of organic chloramines. In American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009. 2009
Lee, Wontae ; Westerhoff, Paul. / Effect of organic nitrogen on the formation of organic chloramines. American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2009, ACE 2009. 2009.
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