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Related to chloramine: chloramphenicol, chloramine T

chloramine, chloramine T

a chlorine disinfectant, used for wound treatment, in drinking water.

chloramine B
sodium benzenesulfochloramine.
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Concentrations of combined chlorine, of which chloramines are a subset, in the water were at or above the waterpark's internal standard of 0.
A low-level deck return (Strategy 1 above) that mixes with upper-level return air before connection to the air-handling unit has the lowest first cost of these three strategies and is very effective at chloramine removal when combined with proper ventilation air.
In addition, ANOVA, between control and treated tap water with chlorine and chloramine, had also revealed highly significant differences (P<0.
Chlorine and chloramines are monitored closely in the dialysis setting.
6% chloramine T) were manually added to a temporary restorative material (Coltosol, Coltene/Whaledent, Altstatten, Canton of St.
When iopamidol was dissolved in river water spiked with chlorine or chloramine, high levels of iodoacetic acid and iodo-trihalomethanes were produced in a dose-dependent manner.
EPA (5) Table 2: Hypochlorous Acid -Ammonia Reactions Producing Chloramines; Chloramine Species as a Function of pH NH3 + HOCl [right arrow] H20 + NH2Cl (Monochloramine) NH2Cl + HOCl [right arrow] H20 + NHCI2 (Dichloramine) NHCl2 + HOCl [right arrow] H20 + NCI3 (Trichloramine) pH % [NH.
When the gel and fluid are mixed in the syringe, the amino acids bind with chlorine and form chloramines at high pH.
And we would like to concentrations, inhalation of chloramine gas can cause death.
Chlorine reacts with the nitrogen functional group on urea, proteins or ammonia and produces chloramines, the most offensive of which is nitrogen trichloride (also known as trichloramine or TCA).
Chloramine is derived from chlorine by adding ammonia to make it last longer, so bacteria is controlled in long runs of feed distribution pipes.