Evaluation of bromate formation and ozone decomposition kinetics

Paul Westerhoff, Gary Amy, Rengao Song, Roger Minear

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Abstract

The rate of ozone decomposition Controls the yield of bromate and is influenced by water quality characteristics and water treatment parameters. Hypobromite ion (OBr) and hydroxyl (HO) radical concentrations affect the extent and rate of bromate formation as well, Through the use of butanol as an HO radical scavenger, delineation of indirect HO radical and direct molecular ozone oxidation pathways are inferred. Approximately 75% of the bromate formation is controlled by HO radical mechanisms, while the remain- der forms via molecular ozone mechanisms alone. Oxidation of bromine appears to be a criticai oxidation step in either pathway.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationDisinfection by-Products in Water Treatment
Subtitle of host publicationThe Chemistry of their Formation and Control
PublisherCRC Press
Pages255-281
Number of pages27
ISBN (Electronic)9781351454858
ISBN (Print)9781566701365
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017

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hydroxyl radical
Ozone
ozone
decomposition
Decomposition
kinetics
Oxidation
Kinetics
oxidation
Bromine
Butenes
Water treatment
Water quality
bromine
scavenger
water treatment
Ions
water quality
evaluation
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Westerhoff, P., Amy, G., Song, R., & Minear, R. (2017). Evaluation of bromate formation and ozone decomposition kinetics. In Disinfection by-Products in Water Treatment: The Chemistry of their Formation and Control (pp. 255-281). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315141350

Evaluation of bromate formation and ozone decomposition kinetics. / Westerhoff, Paul; Amy, Gary; Song, Rengao; Minear, Roger.

Disinfection by-Products in Water Treatment: The Chemistry of their Formation and Control. CRC Press, 2017. p. 255-281.

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Westerhoff, P, Amy, G, Song, R & Minear, R 2017, Evaluation of bromate formation and ozone decomposition kinetics. in Disinfection by-Products in Water Treatment: The Chemistry of their Formation and Control. CRC Press, pp. 255-281. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315141350
Westerhoff P, Amy G, Song R, Minear R. Evaluation of bromate formation and ozone decomposition kinetics. In Disinfection by-Products in Water Treatment: The Chemistry of their Formation and Control. CRC Press. 2017. p. 255-281 https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315141350
Westerhoff, Paul ; Amy, Gary ; Song, Rengao ; Minear, Roger. / Evaluation of bromate formation and ozone decomposition kinetics. Disinfection by-Products in Water Treatment: The Chemistry of their Formation and Control. CRC Press, 2017. pp. 255-281
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