Formation of chloroform and other chlorinated byproducts by chlorination of triclosan-containing antibacterial products.

@article{Fiss2007FormationOC,
  title={Formation of chloroform and other chlorinated byproducts by chlorination of triclosan-containing antibacterial products.},
  author={E Matthew Fiss and Krista L Rule and Peter J Vikesland},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={41 7},
  pages={2387-94}
}
Triclosan is a widely used antibacterial agent found in many personal hygiene products. Although it has previously been established that pure triclosan and free chlorine readily react, interactions between triclosan-containing consumer products and free chlorine have not previously been analyzed in great depth. Sixteen double-blinded solutions including both triclosan-containing (1.14-3.12 mg triclosan/g product) and triclosan-free products were contacted with free chlorine at pH 7. Products… CONTINUE READING
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