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Title: Characterization of chlorinated organic material in Eucalyptus pulp bleaching effluents
Authors: Roy, M
Chakrabarti, S K
Bharadwaj, N K
Chandra, Sandip
Kumar, Sanjay
Singh, Sarabjeet
Bajpai, P K
Jauhari, M B
Keywords: Eucalyptus pulp
Organochlorine compounds
Toxic effluent
Issue Date: Jun-2004
Publisher: CSIR
IPC CodeInt.Cl7: C 01 B 21/00
Abstract: Elemental chlorine and chlorine compounds are commonly used in the developing countries for bleaching of pulp. The study deals with the bleaching of eucalyptus pulp with chlorine, hypochlorite, and chlorine dioxide and identification of various organochlorine compounds generated in the bleach effluents at different stages. Molecular weight distribution of macromolecules present in bleach effluents at different stages have also been studied
Page(s): 527-535
ISSN: 0975-1084 (Online); 0022-4456 (Print)
Source:JSIR Vol.63(06) [June 2004]

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