Humic substances of natural waters as a possible source of toxic substances under water treatment

Nina Nikolaevna Chernyshova, L. D. Svintsova, T. M. Gindullina

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Abstract

Possibility of secondary pollution of drinking water with toxic metals due to the destruction of complex compounds with humic substances has been studied. Copper, lead. cadmium (15-100%) have been isolated from these complexes on the model solutions under the conditions imitating the stage of water disinfection. The growing rate of zinc complexes decay in the acid medium (pH1), simulating water consumption in the human food chain as well as multiple increase of metal noncomplexation degree in such media are found. The necessity of determining the total content of heavy metals in potable water is substantiated.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)601-608
Number of pages8
JournalElektrosvyaz
Volume17
Issue number8
Publication statusPublished - Aug 1996

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Water treatment
Potable water
Disinfection
Metals
Cadmium
Heavy metals
Water
Pollution
Zinc
Copper
Acids
Humic Substances

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Chernyshova, N. N., Svintsova, L. D., & Gindullina, T. M. (1996). Humic substances of natural waters as a possible source of toxic substances under water treatment. Elektrosvyaz, 17(8), 601-608.

Humic substances of natural waters as a possible source of toxic substances under water treatment. / Chernyshova, Nina Nikolaevna; Svintsova, L. D.; Gindullina, T. M.

In: Elektrosvyaz, Vol. 17, No. 8, 08.1996, p. 601-608.

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Chernyshova, NN, Svintsova, LD & Gindullina, TM 1996, 'Humic substances of natural waters as a possible source of toxic substances under water treatment', Elektrosvyaz, vol. 17, no. 8, pp. 601-608.
Chernyshova, Nina Nikolaevna ; Svintsova, L. D. ; Gindullina, T. M. / Humic substances of natural waters as a possible source of toxic substances under water treatment. In: Elektrosvyaz. 1996 ; Vol. 17, No. 8. pp. 601-608.
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