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Analytical Method for Total Heavy Metal Complexing Agents in Water and Its Application to Water Quality Studies.
Behavioral Consequences of Chelator Administration in Acute Cadmium Toxicity (Journal Version).
Bench-scale recovery of lead using an electromembrane/chelation process.
Conditioned Flavor Aversions: Applications in Assessing the Efficacy of Chelators in the Treatment of Heavy-Metal Intoxication.
Development of Phosphate-Free Home Laundry Detergents.
Direct Determination of Chelons at Trace Levels by One-Drop Square-Wave Polarography.
Inorganic chemistry in biology and medicine : based on a symposium /
Interaction of nitrilotriacetic acid with suspended and bottom material /
Literature Review Summary of Metals Extraction Processes Used to Remove Lead from Soils.
Potentiometric Techniques for Monitoring Ions Involved in Water Pollution.
Precipitation of Metal-Humate Complexes (Journal Version).
Preliminary data search report for locating and estimating air emissions from sources of cyanide compounds /
Recovery Process for Complexed Copper-Bearing Rinse Waters: A State-of-the-Art Review of the Advantages and Disadvantages of Currently Available Technologies.
Reduction of Ionic Species by Fulvic Acid.
Removal of Soluble Mercury from Waste Water by Complexing Techniques.
Study of the Effects of Nitrilotriacetic Acid on Mammalian Liver and Intestinal Enzymes.
Sulfide precipitation of heavy metals : effect of complexing agents /
Survey of manual methods of measurements of asbestos, beryllium, lead, cadmium, selenium, and mercury in stationary source emissions.
The development of phosphate-free heavy duty detergents /
Using Biopolymers to Remove Heavy Metals from Soil and Water.
Voltammetric Methods for Determination of Metal Binding by Fulvic Acid.
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