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Chemistry of Natural Waters
1" cert:tin branch 's of . <:i.ence, notoably biology, it .j. obvious that textbooks and practices designed for temperate regions are completely unsuitable for use in Ethiopia. This problem is beingExpand
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Chemisty of water treatment. Second edition
This books focuses on the chemical aspects of water quality and water treatment that influence the design of treatment processes. The information in the book covers the removal of organic andExpand
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Organic compounds in aquatic environments
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Kinetics of hydrolysis of diazinon and diazoxon.
The widespread use of organic insecticides 1 in agricultural pest control has raised considerable concern over their potential contamination of water resources. More recently, however, directExpand
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Removal of 2,4‐Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid Derivatives From Natural Waters
T discovery of the selective herbicidal action of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) in 1944 I, 2 was a major breakthrough in weed control. Before 1944, herbicides were almost exclusivelyExpand
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