Chlorine, bromine, uv, ozone.
This water is a homogeneous liquid; it is sufficiently pure water with some additives for disinfection etc.
Disinfection - it's a water treatment process to remove pathogens.
Susan Springthorpe has written: 'A dynamic reactor to study disinfection of drinking water' -- subject(s): Disinfection, Drinking water, Purification, Water
I know one way to purify water is by filtering it with some sort of aquifer-like material. Three common methods of purifying water are filtration, chlorination and ultraviolet light disinfection. There is also reverse osmosis, distilling and Ionization. The methods used depend on how dirty the incoming water is, and how pure you want the water to be. See NSF and EPA standards for specific information.
Large amounts of bio matter in the pool Will reduce the amount of free chlorine in the pools water and as a result cause weaker disinfection of the water to take place.
To drinking water chlorine or chlorine compounds are added for disinfection.
The level of total dissolved solids in water does affect chlorine disinfection. That's why there is a recommended specification for the level of total dissolved solids in water for the water that is sent to homes.
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The methods bacteria can travel are by eating food, breathing air, swimming in water and by touch. Other ways bacteria can get into your system is through the mouth, ears and nose.
No, it will affect the pH of your pool. You need to look at the chemicals calcium harness, as well as any metals in your water.
For disinfection chlorine or sodium hypochlorite are frequently used.
If you think to disinfection this compound is frequently sodium hypochlorite.
For swimming pools one big (3 inch) tablet treats about 8000 gallons
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Swimming pool water is JUST water. Water is usually a solvent.
Karl G. Linden has written: 'UV Disinfection for Large Water Treatment Plants' 'Fluence Monitoring in UV Disinfection Systems' -- subject(s): Purification, Water, Flow meters, Data processing, Measurement, Water current meters, Ultraviolet treatment, Water currents
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Process from raw water should be as followed. 1. From raw water to municipal tap water or drinking water Filtration -> Flocculation -> Sedimentation -> Ozonation/UV/Chlorine disinfection In the country that use Chlorine disinfection, it would required Activated carbon to absorb out the chlorine smell or boil out the chlorine smell. 2. Producing of bottle drinking water Filtration -> Reverse Osmosis -> re-mineralize (add back Calcium, magnesium etc to improve taste) -> UV disinfection -> Bottling
Samuel Rideal has written: 'A new physiological method for the detection of sewer gas' -- subject(s): Sewer gas 'Water and its purification' -- subject(s): Pollution of Water, Purification of Water 'Disinfection and disinfectants' -- subject(s): Antiseptics, Disinfection and disinfectants, Food, Preservation
No. Swimming Pools contain water with chlorine
One method is to place the water in a clear glass or PET container in direct sunlight for several hours. Sunlight is harmful to pathogens. This method, SODIS, standing for Solar Water Disinfection, is being applied in many developing countries and is recommended by the World Health Organization. See the link below.
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Chlorine is a poison which in moderated doses is used to treat water for swimming and drinking. It kills many germs which might otherwise make people sick. It also gives the water a blue tint, which is why the water in swimming pools appears to be blue. A glass of chlorinated water held against the light will be blue, while water untreated with chlorine is clear.
between 0.5 to 0.9 ppm