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Main Title The effect of chlorination on selected organic chemicals.
Author Barnhar, E. L. ; Campbel, G. R. ;
CORP Author Manufacturing Chemists' Association (U.S.); Hydroscience, Inc., Westwood, N.J.
Publisher Office of Research and Monitoring, Environmental Protection Agency,
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA 601-R-72-003; PB211160
Stock Number PB 211 160
OCLC Number 01087735
Subjects Chlorination.
Additional Subjects Chlorination ; Organic compounds) ; ( Sewage treatment ; ( Chlorine organic compounds ; Biodeterioration) ; ( Water pollution ; Chlorine organic compounds) ; Industrial wastes ; Gas chromatography ; Activated sludge process ; Bioassay ; Decomposition reactions ; Toxicology ; Alcohols ; Acetone ; Aromatic compounds ; Phenols ; Amines ; Nitro compounds ; Fishes ; Aquatic microbiology ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Chemical oxygen demand ; Water pollution effects(Plants) ; Water pollution effects(Animals)
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EJED  EPA 601-R-72-003 OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 09/04/2012
NTIS  PB-211 160 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 02/27/2020
Collation viii, 103 p. illus. 28 cm.
Abstract
Fourteen industrial organic chemicals were examined for their persistence through biological treatment, either as the initial compounds, or as degradation products. Semi-continuous activated sludge systems were employed. The ability of each of the chemicals to participate in reactions with free chlorine was then determined in a series of batch experiments. Certain of the test compounds formed persistent degradation products during treatment. Five of the initial compounds reacted readily with chlorine, under conditions commonly employed in effluent chlorination. Five of the chlorination products were further studied in respirometer experiments to evaluate their persistence in mixed microbial systems. Their toxicity to fish was determined using the static bioassay procedure. A series of bench scale, continuous flow ecosystems were established for the evaluation of longer term effects of three of the chlorination products. Several varieties of organisms, representing different levels in the food chain, were studied.
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Prepared for the Office of Research and Monitoring, Environmental Protection Agency. Project #12020EXG.