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dc.contributor.authorVersteegh JFM
dc.contributor.authorPeters RJB
dc.contributor.authorVoogd CE
dc.date.accessioned2013-06-13T22:22:18
dc.date.issued1990-01-31
dc.identifier718629004
dc.description.abstractDuring chlorination of cyanoethanoic acid at pH=10 a number of compounds is formed. The compounds were confirmed with synthetic standards with GC and mass-spectrometry (MSD). The endproducts of the reaction at pH=10 were dichloroacetic acid, dichloromalonic acid and a small amount of trichloroacetic acid. Intermediates were dichloroacetonitrile (DCAN) and N-chloroacetamides. These N-chloroacetamides were previously errorneously identified as hydroxamoyl chlorides. Mutagenicity tests showed that only DCAN is mutagenic. The total of the mutagenicity of the chlorination mixture can be declared by this compound. In samples drinking water derived from plants where chlorine is used DCAN is detected (0.04-1.05 mug/L). At this concentration level the health risks are very small. The strong bacterial mutagen 'MX' is detected in chlorinated river water (Rhine and Meuse). In these samples the accounted contribution of MX on the measured mutagenic activity (Salmonella typhimurium TA 100) is appr. 20%. In samples drinking water no MX is detected. By chlorination with a higher dose than used for postdesinfection the compound can be formed. It seems to be that the most important mutagens will be organic acids isolated at low pH. The application of chlorine during the production of drinking water has to be limited for emergencies to maintain the bacteriologic quality.<br>
dc.description.sponsorshipDGM/DWB-D Trouwborst T
dc.format.extent51 p
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dc.publisherRijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu RIVM
dc.relation.ispartofRIVM Rapport 718629004
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/718629004.html
dc.subject14nl
dc.subjectchloreringsproduktennl
dc.subjectn-chloorimidatennl
dc.subjectmxnl
dc.subjectmutageniteit; chlorination productsnl
dc.subjectn-chloro imidatesnl
dc.subjectmutagenicity;nl
dc.titleIdentiteit, voorkomen en betekenis van de chloreringsprodukten van humuszuur in waterig milieunl
dc.title.alternativeIdentity, presence and signification of chlorination products of humuc acid in aqueous medium.en
dc.typeReport
dc.date.updated2013-06-13T20:22:19Z
html.description.abstractDuring chlorination of cyanoethanoic acid at pH=10 a number of compounds is formed. The compounds were confirmed with synthetic standards with GC and mass-spectrometry (MSD). The endproducts of the reaction at pH=10 were dichloroacetic acid, dichloromalonic acid and a small amount of trichloroacetic acid. Intermediates were dichloroacetonitrile (DCAN) and N-chloroacetamides. These N-chloroacetamides were previously errorneously identified as hydroxamoyl chlorides. Mutagenicity tests showed that only DCAN is mutagenic. The total of the mutagenicity of the chlorination mixture can be declared by this compound. In samples drinking water derived from plants where chlorine is used DCAN is detected (0.04-1.05 mug/L). At this concentration level the health risks are very small. The strong bacterial mutagen &apos;MX&apos; is detected in chlorinated river water (Rhine and Meuse). In these samples the accounted contribution of MX on the measured mutagenic activity (Salmonella typhimurium TA 100) is appr. 20%. In samples drinking water no MX is detected. By chlorination with a higher dose than used for postdesinfection the compound can be formed. It seems to be that the most important mutagens will be organic acids isolated at low pH. The application of chlorine during the production of drinking water has to be limited for emergencies to maintain the bacteriologic quality.&lt;br&gt;


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