||Analytical aspects of ozone treatment of water and wastewater : a monograph /
Rice, R. G. ;
Bollyky, L. J. ;
Lacy, W. J.
||International Ozone Association, Norwalk, CT.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Acid Deposition, Environmental Monitoring, and Quality Assurance.
|| Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Water treatment ;
Sewage treatment ;
Chemical analysis ;
Automatic control ;
Oxidation reduction reaction ;
Decomposition reactions ;
Chlorine oxides ;
Half life ;
||Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown.
||438 pages ; 28 cm
With the ever-increasing interest in the application of ozone for water and wastewater treatment, several major questions arise in the minds of those new to the field: (1) What is the nature of ozone. (2) How is ozone applied in water and wastewater treatment. (3) How is ozone apalzed in its various applications. How are the generation of ozone and ozonation reactions controlled analytically. How are ozonation processes automated. Because ozone is a gas at normal temperatures and pressures, because it is only partially soluble in aqueous media, and because it decomposes in aqueous media at significant rates (i.e., with a half-life usually of less than one hour), analyses for ozone and control ozone generation and ozonation reactions are unique to this advancing technology.
"Cooperative Agreement No. CR-810910-10." "June 1987." Microfiche.