The Toxicity and Biodegradability of Hydrazine Wastewaters Treated with UV-Chlorinolysis.
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Warburg respirometric techniques were used to study the toxicity and biodegradability of a hydrazine wastewater treated with chlorine gas and ultraviolet radiation. The contrived wastewater, containing 500 ppm each of neat hydrazine, monomethyl hydrazine, unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine, and dimethyl nitrosamine, was representative of those to be generated at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Blend Facility. Author
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