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Adsorption of organic cations to soils and subsurface materials
Adsorption of Surfactants on Selected Minerals.
Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals /
Characterization and disposal of kaolinitic slimes from mining operations /
Dredge Disposal Study, San Francisco Bay and Estuary. Appendix G. Physical Impact Study.
Effects of pH, Solid/Solution Ratio, Ionic Strength, and Organic Acids on Pb and Cd Sorption on Kaolinite.
Electrical Effects and the Movement of Water in Soils.
Environmental Control of Toxic Metal Air Emissions from the Combustion of Coal and Wastes.
Evaluation of sorbents for industrial sludge leachate treatment /
Hazardous Waste Incineration: The In-situ Capture of Lead by Sorbents in a Laboratory Down-Flow Combustor.
Pedologic Features of Reservoir Sedimentation.
Physicochemical Interaction of 'Escherichia coli' Cell Envelopes and 'Bacillus subtilis' Cell Walls with Two Clays and Ability of the Composite to Immobilize Heavy Metals from Solution.
Rate of flow of leachate through clay soil liners /
Sorbent Capture of Nickel, Lead, and Cadmium in a Laboratory Swirl Flame Incinerator.
Sorbents for fluoride, metal finishing, and petroleum sludge leachate contaminant control /
Sorption and Movement of Polluted Water in Soil.
Sorption of Cd, Ni and Zn by Kaolinite and Montmorillonite Suspensions (Journal Version).
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