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Butanal c*p 2-Butenal c*p 5. Pentanal c*p 6. Hexanal ' 7. 2-Hexenal cg 8. 9. Heptanal ' Benzaldehyde ' 10. 11. Octanal ' 12. Nonanal ' 13. Decanal 2-Methyl undecanal 14. 15. Dodecanal Tridecanal 16. Cvano-aldehvdes 1. Cyanoformaldehyde Carboxvlic Acids 1. 2-Methyl propanoic acid 2. Pentanoic acid 3. 2-Methyl pentanoic acid 4. tert-Butyl maleic acid 5. Benzoic acid 6. Hexadecanoic acid Aldo-acids 1. Glyoxylic acid c*d Identified with PFBHA-GC/MS Identified with DNPH-LCMS 19 ~ Ketones 1. Acetone c*p 2.

Richardson, Tashia V. Caughran, Alfred D. , and Timothy W. Collette US. Environmental Protection Agency National Exposure Research Laboratory Athens, GA 30605 Kathleen M. Schenck and Benjamin W. S. Environmental Protection Agency National Risk Management Research Laboratory Cincinnati, OH 1 INTRODUCTION Alternative disinfectants, such as ozone and chlorine dioxide, that have been widely used in Europe for decades, are now gaining popularity in the United States. Tightening regulations, along with health concerns about chlorine-containing by-products that are formed when chlorine is used to disinfect drinking water, are influencing more treatment plants to choose alternative disinfectants instead of chlorine.

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