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108–111. concentration of ozone and the number of bacteria present. The effects of temperature and pH on bactericidal action were also investigated. The results indicated that initially 104 E. 0 and maintained at a temperature of 10°C. 09 mg/L. 0. In addition, tests were made on the effects of ozone on the naturally occurring bacterial flora of river water. The demand of ozone in this water was high and tests were made using 1–6 mg/L of ozone. There were sizable reductions in the number of bacteria even when the amount of ozone added was insufficient to satisfy the ozone demand of the water.
6. DISINFECTION BY OZONE Smith and Bodkin (43) compared the bactericidal action of ozone and chlorine at varying values of pH. Ozone was much more as effective as chlorine over a wide pH range. 0, ozone affected the sterility of a 1-L sample containing 8 × 105 bacteria/mL in 5 min. 5 min. 20 mg/L. 0. Leiguarda et al. (44) presented a detailed account of the bactericidal action of ozone in both pure and river waters. Varying amounts of ozone were added to pure water free from ozone demand, and the water was inoculated with dilute suspensions of Escherichia coli or Clostridium perfringens.
This is a white solid with low vapor pressure and strong oxidizing properties: 3NO 2 + 3ClO 2 + 2O3 o 3NO 2 ClO 4 In aqueous solutions, nitrites are oxidized to nitrates as shown in Eq. (34): O3 + NO 2 o NO3 + O 2 (33) (34) Pressurized Ozonation 37 This reaction has been used for the quantitative determination of ozone. Ozone reacts rapidly with hydrogen sulfide (H2S). In dry gas mixtures the only reaction product appears to be sulfur dioxide (SO2), but the amount of ozone consumed per mole of H2S has not yet been established with certainity.
Advanced Physicochemical Treatment Technologies: Volume 5 (Handbook of Environmental Engineering) by Lawrence K. Wang, Yung-Tse Hung, Nazih K. Shammas