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TitleChlorination or chloramination: Balancing the regulated THM formation and microbial inactivation in marine aquaculture waters
Study TypeOther
Abstract Disinfection methods like chlorination are increasingly used to improve water quality in aquaculture facilities and to maintain a sanitary environment for the well-being of the animals. However, chlorination can result in formation of disinfectant byproduct (DBP) that can be carcinogenic and toxic. .. [more]
Description Disinfection methods like chlorination are increasingly used to improve water quality in aquaculture facilities and to maintain a sanitary environment for the well-being of the animals. However, chlorination can result in formation of disinfectant byproduct (DBP) that can be carcinogenic and toxic. .. [more]
Center NameWDRC KAUST