Published in Cancer Weekly, September 27th, 2005
"The International Agency for Research on Cancer determined that bromate is a potential human carcinogen, even at low mcg/l levels in drinking water. Bromate is commonly produced from the ozonation of source water containing naturally occurring bromide," researchers in the United States reported.
"Traditionally, trace concentrations of bromate and other oxyhalides in environmental waters have been determined by anion exchange chromatography with an IonPac AS9-HC column using a carbonate eluent and suppressed conductivity detection, as described in EPA Method 300.1...
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