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Haloacetic acids in swimming pools: swimmer and worker exposure.
For the first time, the exposure of swimmers and workers to haloacetic acids (HAAs) in indoor and outdoor pools was evaluated through the analysis of urine samples. The subjects of this study, 49Expand
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Simultaneous liquid-liquid microextraction/methylation for the determination of haloacetic acids in drinking waters by headspace gas chromatography.
A novel analytical method that combines simultaneous liquid-liquid microextraction/methylation and headspace gas chromatography-mass spectrometry for the determination of nine haloacetic acids (HAAs)Expand
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Optimisation and comparison of several microextraction/methylation methods for determining haloacetic acids in water using gas chromatography
AbstractThis article presents the different modes and configurations of liquid-phase microextraction (LPME) through comparison with headspace solid-phase microextraction (HS-SPME) for theExpand
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Effect of the chlorinated washing of minimally processed vegetables on the generation of haloacetic acids.
Chlorine solutions are usually used to sanitize fruit and vegetables in the fresh-cut industry due to their efficacy, low cost, and simple use. However, disinfection byproducts such as haloaceticExpand
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Haloacetic acids content of fruit juices and soft drinks.
Water used in a food factory is frequently disinfected with chlorine, which originates disinfection by-products: haloacetic acids (HAAs) make up the second most prevalent class of these products. InExpand
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Seasonal evaluation of the presence of 46 disinfection by-products throughout a drinking water treatment plant.
In this work, we studied a total of 46 regulated and non-regulated disinfection by-products (DBPs) including 10 trihalomethanes (THMs), 13 haloacetic acids (HAAs), 6 halonitromethanes (HNMs), 6Expand
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Determination of halonitromethanes in treated water.
As halonitromethanes (HNMs) have begun to play an increasingly important role as disinfection by-products, the development of a highly sensitive method for their analysis has become a priority. TheExpand
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Cotton-supported graphene functionalized with aminosilica nanoparticles as a versatile high-performance extraction sorbent for trace organic analysis.
Cotton fibers were functionalized, following the coating of fibers with graphene oxide (GO), the covalent attachment of aminosilica nanoparticles and the reduction to the cotton-GR-aminosilicaExpand
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Determination of haloacetic acids in human urine by headspace gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
Haloacetic acids (HAAs) are water disinfection byproducts (DBPs) formed by the reaction of chlorine oxidizing compounds with natural organic matter in water containing bromine. HAAs are second toExpand
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Regulated disinfection byproducts in minimally processed vegetables and beverages
Water used in the food industry is frequently disinfected with chlorine-based sanitizers, which originates disinfection byproducts (DBPs). Trihalomethanes (THMs) and haloacetic acids (HAAs) are theExpand
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