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  1 Abiotic Transformations in Water, Sediments, and Soil. Chapter 5. 1990
  2 Activated carbon adsorption of trace organic compounds / 1977
  3 Alternative Water Disinfection Schemes for Reduced Trihalomethane Formation. Volume I. Prototype Studies. 1982
  4 Aquatic humic substances as sources and sinks of photochemically produced transient reactants, microform, / 1989
  5 Aquatic Humic Substances as Sources and Sinks of Photochemically Produced Transient Reactants. 1989
  6 Bench scale evaluation of resins and activated carbons for water purificatiion {microform} / 1981
  7 Cadmium Speciation in Aquatic-Life Flow-through Bioassay Diluters. 1987
  8 Characterization of Metal Binding Sites in Fulvic Acids by Lanthanide Ion Probe Spectroscopy. 1989
  9 Characterization Of Sewage Sludge and Sewage Sludge-Soil Systems Project Summary 1984
  10 Characterization of sewage sludge and sewage sludge-soil systems {microform} 1984
  11 Characterization of the Reaction between Monochloramine and Isolated Aquatic Fulvic Acid. 1985
  12 Chemical Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter and its Influence on the Chemistry of River Water. 1972
  13 Chlorinated Humic Acid Mixtures Establish Criteria for Detection of Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water. 1987
  14 Chlorination of aquatic humic substances {microform} / 1981
  15 Chlorine Dioxide Effects on THMFP, TOXFP, and the Formation of Inorganic By-products. 1987
  16 Combustion of hydrothermally treated coals / 1978
  17 Comparison of High Molecular Weight Organics Isolated from Drinking Water in Five Cities. 1986
  18 Comparison of Photochemical Behavior of Various Humic Substances in Water: I. Sunlight Induced Reactions of Aquatic Pollutants Photosensitized by Humic Substances. 1981
  19 Comparison of Photochemical Behavior of Various Humic Substances in Water: II. Photosensitized Oxygenations. 1980
  20 Comparison of Photochemical Behavior of Various Humic Substances in Water: III. Spectroscopic Properties of Humic Substances. 1981
  21 Continuous Multiligand Distribution Model Used to Predict the Stability Constant of Cu(II) Metal Complexation with Humic Material from Fluorescence Quenching Data. 1991
  22 Conventional Water Treatment and Direct Filtration: Treatment and Removal of Total Organic Carbon and Trihalomethane Precursors. 1986
  23 Correlations Among Trihalomethane (THM) and Total Organic Halide (TOX) Formation in Water Treatment Facilities. 1985
  24 Determination of a Chlorinated Furanone (MX) in Treated Water. 1987
  25 Development of a Statistical Model for Metal-Humic Interactions. 1990
  26 Effect of Monochloramine on Isolated Fulvic Acid. 1985
  27 Effects of Humic and Fulvic Acids on Poliovirus Concentration from Water by Microporous Filtration. 1985
  28 Effects of humic substances on metal speciation microform / 1989
  29 Effects of Humic Substances on Metal Speciation. 1987
  30 Effects of Variable Hardness, pH, Alkalinity, Suspended Clay, and Humics on the Chemical Speciation and Aquatic Toxicity of Copper. 1986
  31 Effects of Water Quality on Microporous Filter Methods for Enteric Virus Concentration. 1984
  32 Environmental Photoprocesses Involving Natural Organic Matter. 1987
  33 Fates and biological effects of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in aquatic systems / 1983
  34 Fluorescence Techniques for Metal-Humic Interactions. 1991
  35 Fluorescent Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons as Probes for Studying the Impact of Colloids on Pollutant Transport in Groundwater. 1990
  36 Formation of Acidic Trace Organic By-Products from the Chlorination of Humic Acids. 1984
  37 Formation of Mutagens Following Chlorination of Humic Acid: A Model for Mutagen Formation during Drinking Water Treatment. 1983
  38 Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectroscopy Analysis of Mutagenic Extracts of Aqueous Chlorinated Humic Acid. A Comparison of the Byproducts to Drinking Water Contaminants. 1984
  39 GC/MS Identification of Mutagens in Aqueous Chlorinated Humic Acid and Drinking Waters Following HPLC (High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography) Fractionation of Strong Acid Extracts. 1987
  40 Halogenated organics study for Allen, Kingston, and Shawnee Steam Plants / 1981
  41 Humic Acid Effects on Uptake of Hexachlorobenzene and Hexachlorobiphenyl by Sheepshead Minnows in Static Sediment/Water Systems. 1993
  42 Humic Substances and Contaminant Transport: A Review. 1992
  43 Identification of Mutagenic Compounds Formed during Chlorination of Humic Acid. 1985
  44 Influence of Naturally Occurring Humic Acids on Biodegradation of Monosubstituted Phenols by Aquatic Bacteria. 1985
  45 Isolation of Dissolved Organic Matter from the Suwannee River Using Reverse Osmosis. 1994
  46 Measurements of Binding Site Concentrations in Humic Substances. 1988
  47 Metal speciation by Donnan analysis. {microform} / 1984
  48 Methodology for Studying the Molecular Structure of Coals and Humic Acids (Metodika Issledovaniya Molekulyarnogo Stroeniya Uglei i Guminovykh Kislot). 1972
  49 Molecular Size Exclusion by Soil Organic Materials Estimated from Their Swelling in Organic Solvents. 1993
  50 New Directions in Oxidant By-Product Research: Identification and Significance. 1985
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