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chloramine, chloramine T

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

chloramine B
sodium benzenesulfochloramine.
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Another is that chlorine, ammonia, and chloramine are all hostile to copper in that they induce copper stress cracking and/ or can dissolve it.
The other problem is that urine contains nitrogen - like personal care products - which create chloramine," she said.
The most common disinfectants for drinking water are chlorine gas, chloramines, and sodium hypochlorite/calcium hypochlorite.
And we would like to concentrations, inhalation of chloramine gas can cause death.
Further laboratory tests confirmed that ICM form iodo-DBPs in the presence of chlorine and chloramine, which are commonly used to treat drinking water.
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.
Chloramine and ozone produce smaller amounts of DBPs.
Due to official fears about chlorine by-products the city will stop using chlorine and switch to chloramine as a secondary disinfectant.
A table summarizes the attributes, advantages, and disadvantages of treating drinking water with chlorine, chloramine, chlorine dioxide, ozone, and UV disinfection.
A spectrometric kit available from Hach (Method 10172) more accurately detects chloramine levels between 0-10.
The water quality had been poorly managed, chloramine levels were high and the air exhaust had been turned off to save heat.