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- Hipsher, Carissa, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Water research 2019 v.151 pp. 403-412
- carbonates; colorimetry; dissolved organic matter; drinking water treatment; filters; ionic strength; manganese dioxide; monitoring; oxidation; pH; phenol; thermoplastics
- ... Permanganate has been used traditionally in drinking water treatment for its oxidation properties and ease of use. The concentration of permanganate in treatment conditions is low and difficult to detect. A colorimetric method using diethylphenylene diamine (DPD) oxidation to measure low levels (i.e., less than 6 μM) of permanganate in water was developed and applied to quantify permanganate scave ...