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Characteristics of the Disinfection Byproducts Formation in Electrolysis Disinfection of Drinking Water
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Characteristics of the Disinfection Byproducts Formation in Electrolysis Disinfection of Drinking Water
Yun, Kyeong-Ae; Park, Sung-Bin; Kim, Yeong-Kwan;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to examine the byproducts formation characteristics at the water treatment plants which applying electrolysis as a disinfection process in Gangwondo, Korea. Total of forty plants located in Gangwon Province, Korea were selected for the study. Correlation between dissolved organic carbon(DOC) and was not clear. Among the species of the disinfection byproducts(DBPs), chlorate and trihalomethanes(THMs) accounted for 76% and 14% of DBPs, respectively. The effect of DOC or on DBPs formation was not clearly demonstrated. The increased amount of THMs due to the raw water bromide content was found primarily in the form of chloroform, and the percent fraction of BDCM(bromodichloromethane) and DBCM(Dibromochloromethnae) was relatively insignificant. When the value of was greater than , the percent fraction of BDCM and DBCM decreased while percent fraction of CF(chloroform) increased.
 Keywords
disinfection byproducts;electrolysis;THMS;;bromate;
 Language
Korean
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