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A method for determining the compatibility of hazardous wastes /
Addendum to the health assessment document for trichloroethylene : updated carcinogenicity assessment for trichloroethylene.
Adsorption of Organic Cations to Natural Materials.
Adsorption of organic cations to soils and subsurface materials
Adsorption of Surfactants (Chapter 7).
Carcinogen Risk Assessment of Chromium Compounds.
Climatic Effects of 1950-2050 Changes in US Anthropogenic Aerosols.
Economic impact analysis for the lime manufacturing MACT standard : final report /
Experiments in Green and Sustainable Chemistry /
Fundamental Studies of Dry Injection of Calcium-Based Sorbents for S02 Control in Utility Boilers.
Fundamental studies of dry injection of calcium-based sorbents for SO
control in utility boilers /
Health assessment document for tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene).
Measurements of Conformational Changes during Adhesion of Lipid and Protein (Polylysine and S-Layer) Surfaces.
Methods to Assess Carbonaceous Aerosol Sampling Artifact for IMPROVE and Other Long-Term Networks.
Pesticide assessment guidelines : subdivision D, product chemistry /
Risk assessment of complex mixtures /
Role of Porosity Loss in Limiting SO2 Capture by Calcium Based Sorbents.
The use of cationic surfactants to modify aquifer materials to reduce the mobility of hydrophobic organic compounds /
Time settlement behavior of processed refuse. : consolidation of milled refuse, volume 1, volume 2-appendix /
Use of Cationic Surfactants to Modify Soil Surfaces to Promote Sorption and Retard Migration of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds.
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