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A review on micropollutant degradation in the UV/chlorine oxidation process

See — Many micropollutants are refractory to conventional wastewater/water treatment processes, causing attention to their potential adverse effects on aquatic environment and human health. The synchronous use of ultraviolet and chlorine (UV/chlorine) is an emerging advanced oxidation process drawing increasing interest, due to its relatively low cost and the effectiveness in degradation of refractory…

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