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000167328 037__ $$aARTICLE
000167328 245__ $$aHydroxyl radical/ozone ratios during ozonation processes. II. The effect of temperature, pH, alkalinity, and DOM properties
000167328 269__ $$a2000
000167328 260__ $$c2000
000167328 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000167328 520__ $$aThe influence of temperature, pH, alkalinity, and type and concentration of the dissolved organic matter (DOM) on the rate of ozone (O-3) decomposition, O-3-exposure, . OH-exposure and the ratio R-ct of the concentrations of . OH and O-3 has been studied. For a standardized single ozone dose of 1 mg/L in all experiments, considerable variations in O-3-exposure and . OH-exposure were found. This has important implications for water treatment plants regarding the efficiency of oxidation and disinfection by O-3. In oligotrophic surface waters and groundwaters, minimal calibration experiments are needed to model and control the ozonation process, whereas in eutrophic surface waters more frequent measurements of O-3 kinetics and R-ct values are required to evaluate seasonal variations.
000167328 6531_ $$aozone
000167328 6531_ $$ahydroxyl radical
000167328 6531_ $$aR-cl
000167328 6531_ $$adrinking water treatment
000167328 6531_ $$aoxidation
000167328 6531_ $$adisinfection
000167328 6531_ $$awater quality
000167328 6531_ $$apH effect
000167328 6531_ $$atemperature effect
000167328 6531_ $$aalkalinity effect
000167328 6531_ $$aDom
000167328 6531_ $$aLake Zurich water
000167328 6531_ $$aDrinking-Water Contaminants
000167328 6531_ $$aBromide-Containing Waters
000167328 6531_ $$aRate Constants
000167328 6531_ $$aOzone Decomposition
000167328 6531_ $$aBromate Formation
000167328 6531_ $$aAqueous-Solution
000167328 6531_ $$aAdvanced Oxidation
000167328 6531_ $$aMechanism
000167328 6531_ $$aKinetics
000167328 6531_ $$aOh
000167328 700__ $$0245482$$avon Gunten, U.$$g210253
000167328 700__ $$aKaiser, H.P.
000167328 700__ $$aElovitz, M.S.
000167328 773__ $$j22$$q123-150$$tOzone-Science & Engineering
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000167328 937__ $$aEPFL-ARTICLE-167328
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