Occurrence and production of chloramines in the chlorination of creatinine in aqueous solution.

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Occurrence and production of stable chloramines in the chlorination of creatinine, a constituent of perspiration and urine, in aqueous media were studied. Creatinine (5 x 10(-5)M) was treated with free chlorine in aqueous solutions at molar ratios of 0.5-8 (chlorine/creatinine) at pH 7.0 at room temperature for several days. At lower ratios of chlorine, two… (More)

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@article{Tachikawa2005OccurrenceAP, title={Occurrence and production of chloramines in the chlorination of creatinine in aqueous solution.}, author={Mariko Tachikawa and Takashi Aburada and Masakatsu Tezuka and Ryoji Sawamura}, journal={Water research}, year={2005}, volume={39 2-3}, pages={371-9} }