Re: NANFA-L-- Precipitate

Jerry Baker (
Thu, 26 Jan 2006 07:24:41 -0800

geoffrey kimber wrote:
> Thanks, Jerry. so since the specific chloramine formed is pH
> dependant, then even if I did test what the ammonia level was using
> thiosulfate, it wouldn't necessarily have an application to anyone
> else because if their water pH was different, they would have a
> different mix of chloramines.

Virtually all tap water in the United States is pH > 7.

> It was interesting that I couldn't find that info on google. I kept
> getting tangled up in organic chloramines that are used medicinally.
> would you happen to have a website that discusses chloramine
> generation in more detail?
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