The data that can be made available consist of one technical report (currently under review) and the associated raw data. The technical report contain the metadata and analysis of the data summarised in graphs and tables. They are in .docx format. The data for each sample (e.g. results of chemical analysis) can be made available in .xlsx files. The raw data from the analytical instruments will not be made available as this is a huge amount of data that needs specific software and knowledge to be used. Many different method and analytical instruments where used to collect the data, the details are given in the technical reports. The specific softwares of the analytical instrument were used to get results from the raw analytical data. Excel was used for data analysis

Collectors
Party Dr Maria José Farré
Party Dr Wolfgang Gernjak
Party Professor Jurg Keller
Disinfection by-products   chlorination   chloramination   distribution systems   bioassays   090509  

The technical reports can be made freely accessible as they have been approved by the partner utilities. The analytical data cannot be freely accessible. Re-use of the data in any form needs the utilities approval.

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