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Synonyms for chloramine

any of several compounds containing chlorine and nitrogen


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It is known that chloramines and chlorine in different ratios with ammonia mobilize copper from brass, which we have found also enhances elution of lead from leaded brass alloys.
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.
Certified to reduce: chloramines, cysts, lead, taste and odor, volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
It's going to be an expensive hardship for these people, as it is nearly impossible to filter all the chloramine out of tap water.
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).
Proper management can hold down chloramine levels, which will help prevent these acute outbreaks and also minimize the asthma risk.
However, byproducts of chlorine disinfection can be carcinogenic, so nearly a third of the nation's waterworks have switched to a disinfectant called chloramine.
Chloramine removal from water used in hemodialysis.
The filter uses pharmaceutical grade vitamin C, which neutralizes both chlorine and chloramine molecules, preventing them from being inhaled and absorbed into the body through open pores.
Drinking water has been purified on a large scale mostly by three different methods: chlorination, filtration, and purification with chloramine.
Ammonia and bleach combine to make deadly chloramine gas, so never use them together.
When mixed with body fluids like sweat, chlorine forms chloramine (KLORE-uh-meen).
The background to this contract is the stated intention of the Stockholm waterworks operator to drastically reduce disinfection with chloramine, which has been the method used at the plant since 1942, and to rely on the more environmentally friendly UV disinfection method.
While extremely effective in free chlorine removal, activated carbon has not been considered as efficient in the removal of chloramine.