DOC (Dissolved Organic Carbon)

Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is operationally defined as the total quantity of organic carbon compounds that pass through a 0.45µm filter, and represents the vast majority of organic material in most water samples. In aqueous systems DOC influences a range of geochemical processes by directly controlling pH levels. Furthermore, it influences water colour, the transport and degradation of pollutants, the depth of the photic zone and can cause the formation of disinfection by-products.

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