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Air pollution aspects of chlorine gas /
Atmospheric emissions from chlor-alkali manufacture. Cooperative study project: Manufacturing Chemists' Association and Public Health Service.
Continuous Electrochemical Meter for Measurement of Hydrogen in Sodium. Phase II. Development of a Laboratory Meter. Progress Report, October 1, 1969-December 31, 1969.
Cycled Operation of Water Vapor Electrolysis Cell Annual Report, 1 Jan. - 31 Dec. 1970.
Electrochemical analysis of sulfidic and amine odorants /
Electrochemical Method for Removal of Phosphates from Waste Waters.
Electrochemical removal of heavy metals from acid mine drainage /
Electrolytic method for recovery of lead from scrap batteries : scale-up study using 20-liter multielectrode cell /
Electrolytic treatment of job shop metal finishing wastewater /
Electrolytic treatment of oily wastewater from manufacturing and machining plants /
Evaluation of HCl Continuous Emission Monitors.
Hypochlorite Generator for Treatment of Combined Sewer Overflows.
Metal Removal and Cyanide Destruction in Plating Wastewaters Using Particle Bed Electrodes.
Particulate and Fluoride Emissions Control, Anaconda Aluminum Company, Columbia Falls, Montana
Particulate and Fluoride Emissions Control, Anaconda Aluminum Company, Columbia Falls, Montana.
Stone & Webster/Ionics SO
removal and recovery process : phase I, final report /
The electro-oxidation of ammonia in sewage to nitrogen. /
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