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|Main Title||The effect of ozonation of organics in wastewater /|
|Author||Chappell, Willard R. ; Sievers, Robert E. ; Shapiro, Robert H.|
|CORP Author||Colorado Univ. at Denver.;Health Effects Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Health Effects Research Laboratory,|
|Report Number||EPA/600/1-81/005; EPA-R-804472|
|Subjects||Ozone ; Water Pollutants|
|Additional Subjects||Organic compounds ; Ozonation ; Sewage treatment ; Industral waste treatment ; Water pollution control ; Disinfection ; Trace elements ; Paper industry ; Chemical industry ; Aldehydes ; Xanthines ; Pyrimidines ; Fatty acids ; Reaction kinetics ; Molecular structure ; Chemical reactions ; Water analysis ; Chemical analysis ; Samples ; Mass spectoscopy ; Water pollution detection ; Estes Park(Colorado) ; Chemical reaction mechanisms|
|Collation||148 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
The effect of ozone treatment of domestic wastewater and various model compounds has been determined with respect to trace organic components. Organic constituents were identified in wastewater that was treated with ozone at the Upper Thompson Sanitation District Treatment Plant, Estes Park, Colorado. The primary products of ozonation of this wastwater are n-alkanes and n-aldehydes. Additional wastewater from this and other sources, including paper mills and chemical manufacturing facilities, were ozonated under laboratory conditions to determine the chemical effect of ozone treatment. Laboratory studies were made of ozonation of several model compounds, including caffeine, oleic acid, saturated aldehydes, dicyclopentadiene, diisopropylmethylphosphonate, an p-chlorophenylmethyl sulfone and reaction products determined.
"EPA 600/1-81-005." "Feb. 1981." Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche.