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By K. Clive Thompson, Simon Gillespie, Emma H. Goslan (eds.)

Overlaying the newest advancements in topics relating to water disinfection by-products, this booklet brings the reader correct modern. Stemming from a world convention, contributions are from decision-makers, regulators and the appropriate clinical neighborhood. insurance contains rising disinfection by-products, water remedy, water recycling, tracking, law and health and wellbeing and toxicology facets. it is going to be of curiosity to water businesses, public wellbeing and fitness execs, ingesting water caliber regulators, providers of laboratory and online tracking apparatus, analytical chemists, and educational and researchers operating within the region of disinfection by-products.

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K. L. Linge, D. Liew, C. Toulliou, S. Allard, A. Heitz and C. A. Joll, in preparation. 13:04:33. 1039/9781782622710-00029 CHARACTERISATION OF ORGANIC NITROGEN IN ALGAL ORGANIC MATTER AND FORMATION OF N-DBPS AFTER CHLORINATION Xiang Li 1, Cynthia Joll 2, Kathryn Linge 2, Stuart J. Khan 1 and Rita K. Henderson 3 1. UNSW Water Research Centre, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia. au 2. Curtin Water Quality Research Centre, Curtin University, Perth, WA, Australia.

Algae suspensions (40 mL) were transferred into 50 mL centrifuge tubes and centrifuged (Allegra® X-12R, USA) at 10 000 g and 21°C for 15 min. 2 μm glass microfiber filter (Whatman®). The deposited cell pellets were washed with modified growth media containing no nitrogen by adding the modified media to the 40 mL mark and then recentrifuging after mixing on a vortex mixer. 45 μm glass Whatman® microfiber filter. All measurements of AOM characterisation were undertaken within 24 hours of extraction.

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