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Estimation of Dissolved Organics Characteristics and THM Formation from Different Organics Sources Based on Molecular Weight Distribution

  • Jeong, Kyu-Yeon (Department of Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology, Myongji University) ;
  • Ko, Young-Song (R&D Department, Kyung Sung Engineering Co., Ltd.) ;
  • Lee, Yoon-Jin (Department of Environmental Engineering, Cheongju University)
  • Published : 2007.04.30

Abstract

본 연구는 근원에 따른 용존 유기물의 특성을 평가하기 위해 하천수, 호소수, 하수 2차 처리 유출수의 자연수 및 Aldrich, Wako 사에서 공급된 휴믹산을 대상으로 분자량 분포에 따른 물리 화학적인 수질 특성, 생분해도, 소독, 부산물의 생성 등을 고찰하였다. SUVA를 이용해서 자연수의 생분해 가능성을 평가한 결과 호소수, 하수, 하천수 순으로 예측되었으며 이는, 실제 생분해도 실험 결과와 유사하였다 생분해 반응 중 저분자 영역대의 용존 유기물은 점차 감소하였고 반면에 고분자 영역대의 용존 유기물은 증가하였다. SMP는 전체 용존 유기물의 0.7-5.5%정도 관찰되었으며 고분자 물질을 많이 함유한 시료에서 높게 나타났다. THM 생성은 대체로 고분자 물질이 높을수록 증가하였으며 THMFP도 Wako 휴믹산을 제외한 샘플에서 이와 유사한 경향을 나타냈다.

Keywords

THM (trihalomethane);SUVA (specific ultraviolet light absorbance);DOC (dissolved organic carbon);AMWD (apparent molecular weight distribution)

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