Journal AWWA - Continuous, Automated, and Low-Cost Monitoring of the Organic Content in Water Davenport, R.J.;Wynveen, R.A.;Cooper, W.J. Edition: Vol. 73 - No. 10
American Water Works Association / 01-Oct-1981 / 4 pages

In the experimental phase, the electrochemical organic content analyzer has been shown to be sensitive to individual organic compounds found in water. Applications in monitoring and control operations in water treatment plants appear promising. Analyses of acetic acid, methanol, urea, acetone, phenol, and a high-molecular-weight, nonionic surfactant are presented in this article. Includes 8 references, figures.

Keywords: Organics;Analysis

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