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A comparison of procedures to determine adsorption capacity of volatile organic compounds on activated carbon /
Aeration to Remove Volatile Organic Compounds from Ground Water.
Control of Disinfection By-Products and Biodegradable Organic Matter through Biological Treatment.
Control of volatile organic contaminants in groundwater by in-well aeration /
Controlling Organics with GAC: A Cost and Performance Analysis.
Cost and Performance Evaluation for Full Scale, Single Solute Control of Synthetic Organic Chemicals by Granular Activated Carbon Adsorption.
Cost and Performance Modeling for Regulatory Decision Making.
Disinfection By-Product Formation and Control by Ozonation and Biotreatment.
Effect of Cyanuric Acid, a Chlorine Stabilizer, on Trihalomethane Formation.
Effect of Preloading on the Scale-Up of GAC (Granular Activated Carbon) Microcolumns.
Effect of Preloading on the Scale-up of GAC (Granular Activated Carbon) Microcolumns.
Formation and control of non-trihalomethane by-products /
Impact of Ozonation and Biological Treatment on Disinfection By-Products.
Particle Removal and Head Loss Development in Biological Filters.
Pilot Plant Exploration of Slow Rate Filtration.
Pilot-Plant Studies of Slow-Rate Filtration.
Practical Computer Modeling for GAC Application.
Removal of Alachlor from Drinking Water.
Research for the Treatment of Organics in Drinking Water.
Synthetic organic chemical removal by granular activated carbon /
Technical Note: Adsorption Capacity of GAC for Synthetic Organics.
Treatment of Seasonal Pesticides in Surface Waters.
Treatment of volatile organic compounds in drinking water /
Use of pilot columns for predicting full-scale GAC performance /
Water Treatment Pilot Plant Design Manual: Low Flow Conventional/Direct Filtration Water Treatment Plant for Drinking Water Treatment Studies.
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