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Industrial process profiles for environmental use : Chapter 12-the explosives industry /
Infrared spectra of cellulose and its derivatives.
Initial Submission: Tumorigenicity of Cellulose Fibers Injected into the Peritoneal Cavity, with Cover Letter Dated 07/24/2000.
Investigation of advanced thermal-chemical concepts for obtaining improved MSW-derived products /
Investigation of effects of temperature, salinity, and electrode design on the performance of an electrochemical coliform detector /
Isolation or concentration of organic substances from water : an evaluation of reverse osmosis concentration /
Market Input/Output Studies: Task V. Benzene Consumption as a Solvent.
Membrane Materials for Wastewater Reclamation by Reverse Osmosis.
Membrane Summary: Performance, Concerns, and Regulations.
Molecular Size Exclusion by Soil Organic Materials Estimated from Their Swelling in Organic Solvents.
Nanocellulose and sustainability : production, properties, applications, and case studies /
Neutrolosis Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage.
New Technology for Treatment of Wastewater by Reverse Osmosis.
Next-Generation Biofuels : Near-Term Challenges and Implications for Agriculture /
Nitrite-Accelerated Photochemical Degradation of Cellulose as a Pretreatment for Microbiological Conversion to Protein.
NTP toxicity study report on the atmospheric characterization, particle size, chemical composition, and workplace exposure assessment of cellulose insulation : (celluloseins) /
Obtaining improved products from the organic fraction of municipal solid waste /
Overview of EPA/IERL-RTP scrubber programs /
Physical, chemical and microbiological methods of solid waste testing /
Polymeric materials for treatment and recovery of petrochemical wastes.
Pretreatments and substrate evaluation for the enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulosic wastes /
Pulp and Paper Cluster Rule Incentives Program
Pyrolysis of industrial wastes for oil and activated carbon recovery /
Radiolytic Hydrolysis of Cellulose.
Reclamation of Energy from Organic Waste.
Recycle of synthetic warp sizes from textile desizing wastewater /
Removal of Toxic Metals from Water by Reverse Osmosis.
Renovation of Municipal Wastewater by Reverse Osmosis.
Research and Development of New Polymer Systems for Reverse Osmosis Membranes.
Response of lake trout and rainbow trout to dietary cellulose /
Reverse Osmosis Renovation of Municipal Waste Water.
Selection of Surrogates for a Genetically Engineered Microorganism with Cellulolytic Capability for Ecological Studies in Streams.
Selective Enhancement of RDF Fuels.
Significance of Cellulose Production by Planktonic Algae in Lacustrine Environments.
Single cell protein and other food recovery technologies from waste.
Single Cell Proteins from Cellulosic Wastes.
Single-Cell Protein from Waste Cellulose.
Solid Waste Conversion: Cellulose Liquefaction.
Solid Waste: A New Natural Resource.
Source characterization and control technology assessment of methylene chloride emissions from Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, NY (final report, July 1988-April 1989) /
State-of-the-art, military explosives and propellants production industry : volume II, wastewater characterization /
State-of-the-art, military explosives and propellants production industry : volume III, wastewater treatment /
Study of the Feasibility of Utilizing Solid Wastes for Building Materials. Phase I Summary Report.
Superfund record of decision : Avtex Fibers, VA : second remedial action.
Swelling properties of soil organic matter and their relation to sorption of non-ionic organic compounds
Technical evaluation of phosphate-free home laundry detergents /
Textile warp size reclamation using thermal precipitation /
Time settlement behavior of processed refuse. : anaerobic digestion of milled refuse /
Treatment of electroplating wastes by reverse osmosis /
Use of improved membranes in tertiary treatment by reverse osmosis /
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