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Inorganic chloramines as drinking water disinfectants: a reviewWOLFE, R. L; WARD, N. R; OLSON, B. H et al.Journal - American Water Works Association. 1984, Vol 76, Num 5, pp 74-88, issn 0003-150XArticle

Spectrophotometric determination of total trihalomethanes in finished watersHUANG, J. Y. C; SMITH, G. C.Journal - American Water Works Association. 1984, Vol 76, Num 4, pp 168-171, issn 0003-150XArticle


Cometabolism of trihalomethanes by Nitrosomonas europaeaWAHMAN, David G; KATZ, Lynn E; SPEITEL, Gerald E et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2005, Vol 71, Num 12, pp 7980-7986, issn 0099-2240, 7 p.Article

Fe3O4-catalyzed halogen-exchange reactions of polyhalomethanesNAKADA, M; TOKUMOTO, S; HIROTA, M et al.Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan. 1987, Vol 60, Num 11, pp 3979-3983, issn 0009-2673Article

Dechlorination and trihalomethane yieldsHEIZ, G. R; UHLER, A. D; SUGAM, R et al.Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology. 1985, Vol 34, Num 4, pp 497-503, issn 0007-4861Article

Chlorine utilization during trihalomethane formation in the presence of ammonia and bromideAMY, G. L; CHADIK, P. A; KING, P. H et al.Environmental science & technology. 1984, Vol 18, Num 10, pp 781-786, issn 0013-936XArticle

Trihalomethanes in some treated waters in SE walesINVERARITY, R. J; BROOKER, M. P.Effluent & water treatment journal. 1984, Vol 24, Num 11, pp 417-419, issn 0013-2217Article

Combined application of ozone and chlorine or chloramine to reduce production of chlorinated organics in drinking water disinfectionROBERTSON, J. L; ODA, A.Ozone : science & engineering. 1983, Vol 5, Num 2, pp 79-93, issn 0191-9512Article

Formation de dérivés organo-halogénés dans une filière classique de traitement d'eau de surface = Haloorganic compounds formation in a classical surface water treatment processSAVOIR, R; ROMNEE, L; MASSCHELEIN, W.-J et al.L' Eau, l'industrie, les nuisances. 1983, Num 78, pp 104-110, issn 0755-5016Article

Efficiency of O3 and BAC in THMs removalWANG, B; YIN, J; TIAN, J et al.Effluent & water treatment journal. 1985, Vol 25, Num 8, pp 291-298, issn 0013-2217Article

Empirical rate equation for trihalomethane formation with chlorination of humic substances in waterURANO, K; WADA, H; TAKEMASA, T et al.Water research (Oxford). 1983, Vol 17, Num 12, pp 1797-1802, issn 0043-1354Article

Removal of trihalomethane precursors by reverse osmosisEISENBERG, T. N; MIDDLEBROOKS, E. J.Environment international. 1983, Vol 9, Num 5, pp 363-368, issn 0160-4120Article

Effects of chlorine and ammonia application points on bactericidal efficiencyMEANS, E. G. III; TANAKA, T. S; OTSUKA, D. J et al.Journal - American Water Works Association. 1986, Vol 78, Num 1, pp 62-69, issn 0003-150XArticle

Identifying water main leaks with trihalomethane tracersHARGESHEIMER, E. E.Journal - American Water Works Association. 1985, Vol 77, Num 11, pp 71-75, issn 0003-150XArticle

The action of chlorine dioxide on aquatic organic materials during the disinfection of drinking waterRAV-ACHA, C; BLITS, R; CHOSEN, E et al.Journal of environmental science and health. Part A, Environmental science and engineering. 1983, Vol A18, Num 5, pp 651-671, issn 0360-1226Article

Formation of trihalomethanes in foods and beveragesHUANG, A.-T; BATTERMAN, S.Food additives & contaminants. Part A. Chemistry, analysis, control, exposure & risk assessment (Print). 2009, Vol 26, Num 7, pp 947-957, issn 1944-0049, 11 p.Article

The tendency of a new water disinfectant to produce toxic trihalomethanesWORLEY, S. D; BURKETT, H. D; PRICE, J. F et al.Water resources bulletin (Urbana). 1984, Vol 20, Num 3, pp 369-371, issn 0043-1370Article

Trihalomethanes formation in water treated with chlorine dioxideJUN WEN LI; YU, Z; CAI, X et al.Water research (Oxford). 1996, Vol 30, Num 10, pp 2371-2376, issn 0043-1354Article

Chemical modifications of estuarine water by a power plant using continuous chlorinationHELZ, G. R; SUGAM, R; SIGLEO, A. C et al.Environmental science & technology. 1984, Vol 18, Num 3, pp 192-199, issn 0013-936XArticle

Soil humic extraction conditions and their effect on trihalomethane precursor generationISHIKAWA, T; OSE, Y; SATO, T et al.Science of the total environment. 1984, Vol 34, Num 1-2, pp 157-167, issn 0048-9697Article

Henry's law constants for the trihalomethanes: effects of water composition and temperatureNICHOLSON, B. C; MAGUIRE, B. P; BURSILL, D. B et al.Environmental science & technology. 1984, Vol 18, Num 7, pp 518-521, issn 0013-936XArticle

Application of modified synthetic carbon for adsorption of trihalomethanes (THMs) from waterMORAWSKI, A. W; INAGAKI, M.Desalination (Amsterdam). 1997, Vol 114, Num 1, pp 23-27, issn 0011-9164Article

Influence of water preozonation on the consumption of oxidantsBRENER, L; RICHARD, Y.Ozone : science & engineering. 1985, Vol 7, Num 2, pp 137-154, issn 0191-9512Article

Ann Arbor controls trihalomethanesSACKS, R. S.Journal - American Water Works Association. 1984, Vol 76, Num 7, pp 105-108, issn 0003-150XArticle

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