The EPA has established regulations which classify four groups of disinfection byproducts including Trihalomethanes, Haloacetic acids, Haloacetonitriles and Ethylene dibromide in association with Dibromochloropropane. The EPA requires public water systems limit these byproducts to specific levels. Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water: Formation, Analysis, and Control pull all the information together to provide a needed organized presentation of disinfection byproduct analysis, formation, and control. The author begins with an introduction to all disinfection byproducts (DBPs), including their nomenclatures, molecular structures, and formation. He discusses the effects of various water quality parameters on the formation and stability of DBPs in drinking water. He added new innovative simple methods to detect these DBPs with highly advanced techniques. The book explains hazards of these DBPs on the different biological functions showing target of each individual byproduct in human body. It explains mechanism of the different chlorinated compound in alteration of the biological process and hence producing different cancer tumors.