Halopyrroles: a new group of highly toxic disinfection byproducts formed in chlorinated saline wastewater.

@article{Yang2014HalopyrrolesAN,
  title={Halopyrroles: a new group of highly toxic disinfection byproducts formed in chlorinated saline wastewater.},
  author={Mengting Yang and Xiangru Zhang},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 20},
  pages={11846-52}
}
Utilizing seawater for toilet flushing is an effective way to conserve freshwater in coastal cities. During chlorination for disinfecting saline wastewater effluents, the high levels of bromide from seawater are oxidized to hypobromous acid which may then react with effluent organics to form brominated disinfection byproducts (DBPs). In this research, by applying a new precursor ion scan method, we detected and identified a group of halopyrroles in a chlorinated saline wastewater effluent… CONTINUE READING
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