Disinfection byproduct precursor removal by enhanced coagulation and their distribution in chemical fractions.

  title={Disinfection byproduct precursor removal by enhanced coagulation and their distribution in chemical fractions.},
  author={Yanmei Zhao and Feng Xiao and Dongsheng Wang and Mingquan Yan and Zhe Bi},
  journal={Journal of environmental sciences},
  volume={25 11},
Raw water from the Songhua River was treated by four types of coagulants, ferric chloride (FeCI3), aluminum sulfate (AI2(SO4)3), polyaluminum chloride (PACI) and composite polyaluminum (HPAC), in order to remove dissolved organic matter (DOM). Considering the disinfection byproduct (DBP) precursor treatability, DOM was divided into five chemical fractions based on resin adsorption. Trihalomethane formation potential (THMFP) and haloacetic acid formation potential (HAAFP) were measured for each… CONTINUE READING


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