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Comparative Efficacy of Potential Chemical Disinfectants for Treating Unballasted Vessels
TLDR
Although NaOCl may be effective under water-only conditions, the higher concentrations required in the presence of sedi- ments may cause corrosion problems for ballast tanks, and less reactive, non-oxidizing bio- cides such as SeaKleen™ and Disinfekt 1000 ® may be better candidates for treating sedimented tanks.
Assessing the Potential Efficacy of Glutaraldehyde for Biocide Treatment of Un-ballasted Transoceanic Vessels
TLDR
Experiments using material from actual NOBOB vessels generally corroborated data from the water-sediment experiments and suggest a potential treatment concentration of approximately 500 mg glutaraldehyde L−1 for short exposure periods (e.g., 24 h), indicating that the amount of sediments present in NOBOBs vessels may have a significant impact on biocide efficacy.
Chronic toxicity of glutaraldehyde: differential sensitivity of three freshwater organisms.
TLDR
Data indicate that both algae and fish embryos may be particularly sensitive to long-term glutaraldehyde exposure; however, this is predicated on whether glutarhyde concentrations will achieve high enough environmental concentrations and for a sufficient period of time to elicit such effects.
Performance Evaluation in the Brazilian Public Sector
The Brazilian Public Sector is being pressured by society to provide more and better services to citizens. Thus, this research is motivated by the need to provide management tools to improve the
History of Agrophysics: Modeling Heat and Water Flows Taking into Account Effect of Inclined Soil Surface, 1988
In the second half of the eighties, there was scientific cooperation between the Agrophysical Institute and the Research Center for Soil Fertility (Munheberg, East Germany). The studies were carried
History of Agrophysics: Journal Version of the Book "N. F. Bondarenko" (Part 4.1)
This publication contains the journal version of the Book "N. F. Bondarenko", which was published in 2012 as part of the series under the title "Agrophysics: People and Destiny". The journal version