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Characterisation of Ionised and Zero-Valent Metals as Disinfectants for Microbiologically Contaminated Water in Resource-Poor Settings
Grant Number SU836019
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Dissertation/Thesis (6)
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Report (1)
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Dissertation/Thesis Islam M. Honours Thesis. Department of International Studies, University of North Carolina, March 2012. SU836019 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Komandur A. Honours Thesis. University of North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, April 2011. SU836019 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Armstrong A. Master’s Technical Report. Submitted to the University of North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, August 2011. SU836019 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Bailey E. Honours Thesis. Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina, March 2012. SU836019 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Malone A. Master’s Technical Report. Submitted to the University of North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, March 2012. SU836019 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Witsil T. Honours Thesis. Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina, March 2012. SU836019 (Final)
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Presentation Armstrong A. Characterisation of ionised and zero-valent metals as a disinfectant for microbially contaminated drinking water in low-resource areas. Presented at the 2nd Annual Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy, Chapel Hill, NC, October 3-7, 2011. SU836019 (Final)
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Report Armstrong A. Master’s Technical Report. Submitted to the University of North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, August 20 11. SU836019 (Final)
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