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Biological and Chemical Studies on 3-Chloro-4(Dichloromethyl)-5-Hydroxy-2(5H)-Furanone: A Potent Mutagen in Kraft Pulp Chlorination Effluent and Chlorinated Drinking Water.
Catalytic waste treatment systems for Great Lake ore carriers /
Comparison of Grob closed-loop-stripping analysis (clsa) to other trace organic methods /
Determination of a Chlorinated Furanone (MX) in Treated Water.
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectroscopy Analysis of Mutagenic Extracts of Aqueous Chlorinated Humic Acid. A Comparison of the Byproducts to Drinking Water Contaminants.
GC/MS Identification of Mutagens in Aqueous Chlorinated Humic Acid and Drinking Waters Following HPLC (High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography) Fractionation of Strong Acid Extracts.
Identification and Measurement of Components in Gasoline, Kerosene, and No. 2 Fuel Oil That Partition into the Aqueous Phase After Mixing.
Identification of Mutagenic Compounds Formed during Chlorination of Humic Acid.
In vivo Formation of Halogenated Reaction Products Following Peroral Sodium Hypochlorite.
Optimization of Purging Efficiency and Quantification of Organic Contaminants from Water Using a 1-L Closed-Loop-Stripping Apparatus and Computerized Capillary Column GC/MS.
Ozonation/Post-Chlorination of Humic Acid: A Model for Predicting Drinking Water Disinfection By-Products.
Reactions of Chlorine in Drinking Water, with Humic Acids and 'In vivo'.
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