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Bench scale evaluation of resins and activated carbons for water purificatiion /
Cadmium (II), Lead (II), and Copper (II) complexation by Fulvic acids derived from soil and water : ion-selective electrode and spectrofluorometric studies /
Characterization of Metal Binding Sites in Fulvic Acids by Lanthanide Ion Probe Spectroscopy.
Characterization of the International Humic Substances Society standard and reference fulvic and humic acids by solution state carbon-13 (13C) and hydrogen-1 (1H) nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry
Chemical Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter and its Influence on the Chemistry of River Water.
Determination of Total Organic Halide in Water: A Comparative Study of Two Instruments.
Effect of Monochloramine on Isolated Fulvic Acid.
Effects of Humic and Fulvic Acids on Poliovirus Concentration from Water by Microporous Filtration.
Extent of Ozone's Reaction with Isolated Aquatic Fulvic Acid.
Extraction and characterisation of aqueous organic acids from natural waters
Humic and fulvic acids : isolation, structure, and environmental role : developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Inc. /
Humic Substances and Contaminant Transport: A Review.
Identity and Yields of Major Halogenated Products of Aquatic Fulvic Acid Chlorination.
Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Processes (Chapter 6).
Toxicology of Natural and Man-Made Toxicants in Drinking Water.
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