Products of Chloramination in Dilute Aqueous Solutionby V. Diyamandoglu, City Univ of New York, New York, United States,
R. E. Selleck, City Univ of New York, New York, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Environmental Engineering
Abstract: Chloride and nitrate formation was determined in the reaction of chlorine with ammonia in molar excess, in dilute aqueous solution. Nitrate was formed under all conditions investigated. Chloride formation increased with increasing chlorine dose. Significant fraction of chlorine proved to be contained in unidentified reaction product(s) near neutral pH levels.
Subject Headings: Chlorine | Chemical treatment | Chloride | Nitrates | Dilution | Water treatment | Ammonia | pH
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