Impact of Water Quality on the Formation of Bromate and Formaldehyde during Water Ozonation

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Lee, Chung-Youl;Lee, Yoon-Jin

  • 발행 : 2007.10.30

초록

본 연구는 humic acid 및 bromide를 함유한 상수 원수에 오존 처리를 수행함에 있어 수질 특성 및 공정조건에 따른 bromate 및 formaldehyde 의 생성을 고찰하였다 . 회분식 실험장치를 이용하여 오존의 주입농도, DOC 농도, bromide 농도, pH, 알칼리도 및 반응 시간을 변화시키면서 오존처리 시 생성되는 대표적인 부산물인 bromate 및 formaldehyde의 거동을 파악하였다. 본 연구에서 검토된 영향 인자 중 수중의 pH조건은 bromate 및 formaldehyde의 생성에 가장 중요한 인자로 나타났다. DOC(dissolved organic carbon) 농도가 증가할수록 bromate 생성은 감소하였고 formaldehyde 의 생성은 증가하였다. 오존처리를 통해 UV254 는 효율적으로 감소되었고, UV254의 감소율 및 오존 농도는 선형 관계를 나타냈다.

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ozonation;BODC (biodegradable organic carbon);bromate;formaldehyde;UV254 (UV absorbance at 254nm);water quality

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