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Received March 03, 1994,Revised , Accepted , Available online

Volume 7,1995,Pages 443-448

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Based on the experiments , it is evident that the formation of bromine - substituted trihalomethaneswas due to hypobromous acid formed in oxidation of the bromide in water by chlorine, and these chlorine andbromine could chlorinate or/and brominate humic acid. Although the chlorine atoms in chloroform can be directly substituted by bromine, this reaction is only the secondary route.

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