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Oxidative treatment of bromide-containing waters: formation of bromine and its reactions with inorganic and organic compounds--a critical review.
Bromide (Br(-)) is present in all water sources at concentrations ranging from ≈ 10 to >1000 μg L(-1) in fresh waters and about 67 mg L(-1) in seawater. During oxidative water treatment bromide isExpand
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Strontium hydroxyapatite and strontium carbonate as templates for the precipitation of calcium-phosphates in the absence and presence of fluoride
The heterogeneous precipitation of calcium phosphates on calcium hydroxyapariLe (Ca-10(PO4)(4)OH)(2) or HAP) in the presence arid absence of fluoride is important in the formation of bone and teeth,Expand
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The Role of Bromide in Oxidative Water Treatment
Bromide (Br-) levels in fresh waters range from a few ?gL-1 to several mgL-1. In seawater its concentration is about 67 mgL-1. The goal of this thesis is to assess the fate of bromide duringExpand
CHAPTER 30:Computational Chemistry Investigation of the Bromide-Catalyzed Formation of NDMA From N,N-Dimethylsulfamide During Ozonation
During ozonation of bromine-containing drinking water, N,N-dimethylsulfamide can be transformed into NDMA. Using quantum chemistry methods we can assess this NDMA formation mechanism, which involvesExpand