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    1. Oturan, MA; Oturan, N; Lahitte, C; Trevin, S
      Production of hydroxyl radicals by electrochemically assisted Fenton's reagent - Application to the mineralization of an organic micropollutant, pentachlorophenol

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Champiat, D; Matas, N; Monfort, B; Fraass, H
      Applications of biochemiluminescence to HACCP

      LUMINESCENCE
    3. Gunukula, RVB; Tittlebaum, ME
      Industrial wastewater treatment by an advanced oxidation process

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    4. Qian, X; Yang, PY; Maekawa, T
      Evaluation of direct removal of nitrate with entrapped mixed microbial cell technology using ethanol as the carbon source

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    5. Shepherd, HL; Tchobanoglous, G; Grismer, ME
      Time-dependent retardation model for chemical oxygen demand removal in a subsurface-flow constructed wetland for winery wastewater treatment

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    6. Lee, MW; Park, YJ; Park, JM; Chun, HD
      Control of external carbon addition in biological nitrogen removal processfor the treatment of coke-plant wastewater

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    7. Murthy, SN; Novak, JT
      Influence of cations on activated-sludge effluent quality

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    8. Miller, DG; Brayton, SV; Boyles, WT
      Chemical oxygen demand analysis of wastewater using trivalent manganese oxidant with chloride removal by sodium bismuthate pretreatment

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    9. Annachhatre, AP; Suktrakoolvait, S
      Biological sulfate reduction using molasses as a carbon source

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    10. Chen, FQ; Wu, SF; Chen, JZ; Rong, SX
      COD removal efficiencies of some aromatic compounds in supercritical wateroxidation

      CHINESE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    11. Olsson, J; Zacchi, G
      Vapour-liquid equilibriums for kraft mill condensates

      JOURNAL OF PULP AND PAPER SCIENCE
    12. McDonough, TJ; Courchene, CE; Shaket, A; Ragauskas, AJ; Khandelwal, B; Magnotta, VL
      A comparative evaluation of low-AOX hardwood kraft pulp bleaching sequences - Some sequences are better suited to meeting the Cluster Rule

      PULP & PAPER-CANADA
    13. Kalyuzhnyi, SV; Gladchenko, MA; Sklyar, VI; Kizimenko, YS; Shcherbakov, SS
      One- and two-stage upflow anaerobic sludge-bed reactor pretreatment of winery wastewater at 4-10 degrees C

      APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    14. Gernaey, K; Vanrolleghem, PA; Lessard, P
      Modeling of a reactive primary clarifier

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    15. Jimenez-Gonzalez, C; Overcash, MR; Curzons, A
      Waste treatment modules - a partial life cycle inventory

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    16. Zhu, SM; Chen, SL
      Effects of organic carbon on nitrification rate in fixed film biofilters

      AQUACULTURAL ENGINEERING
    17. Kim, YC; Sasaki, S; Yano, K; Ikebukuro, K; Hashimoto, K; Karube, I
      Photocatalytic sensor for the determination of chemical oxygen demand using flow injection analysis

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    18. Chen, XM; Chen, GH; Yue, PL
      Separation of pollutants from restaurant wastewater by electrocoagulation

      SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY
    19. Ali, M; Sreekrishnan, TR
      Anaerobic treatment of agricultural residue based pulp and paper mill effluents for AOX and COD reduction

      PROCESS BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Gough, RH; Samkutty, PJ; McGrew, P; Arauz, J; Adkinson, RW
      Prediction of effluent biochemical oxygen demand in a dairy plant SBR wastewater system

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    21. de Silva, DGV; Rittmann, BE
      Interpreting the response to loading changes in a mixed-culture completelystirred tank reactor

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    22. Yu, HQ; Wilson, F; Tay, JH
      Prediction of the effect of recirculation on the effluent quality of anaerobic filters by empirical models

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    23. Lee, KH; Kim, YC; Suzuki, H; Ikebukuro, K; Hashimoto, K; Karube, I
      Disposable chemical oxygen demand sensor using a microfabricated Clark-type oxygen electrode with a TiO2 suspension solution

      ELECTROANALYSIS
    24. Dube, M; McLean, R; MacLatchy, D; Savage, P
      Reverse osmosis treatment: Effects on effluent quality

      PULP & PAPER-CANADA
    25. Almeida, CMNV; Lapa, RAS; Lima, JLFC
      Oxidability determination in waste waters using an automatic titrator based on a multicommutated unsegmented flow system

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Sin, SN; Chua, H; Lo, W; Yu, PHF
      Effects of trace levels of copper, chromium, and zinc ions on the performance of activated sludge

      APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    27. Mohan, SV; Mohan, SK; Reddy, SJ
      Determination of organic matter in water using organo-metal complexes

      WATER RESEARCH
    28. Chirila, E
      A study on the analytical control in the tertiary water treatment process of the petrochemical effluents

      REVISTA DE CHIMIE
    29. Guzel-Seydim, ZB; Wyffels, JT; Greene, AK; Bodine, AB
      Removal of dairy soil from heated stainless steel surfaces: Use of ozonated water as a prerinse

      JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE
    30. Guermant, C; Azarkan, M; Smolders, N; Baeyens-Volant, D; Nijs, M; Paul, C; Brygier, J; Vincentelli, J; Looze, Y
      Under proper control, oxidation of proteins with known chemical structure provides an accurate and absolute method for the determination of their molar concentration

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Dan, DZ; Dou, FL; Xiu, DJ; Qin, YQ
      Chemical oxygen demand determination in environmental waters by mixed-aciddigestion and single sweep polarography

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    32. Tomida, S; Hanai, T; Ueda, N; Honda, H; Kobayashi, T
      Construction of COD simulation model for activated sludge process by fuzzyneural network

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    33. Orhon, D; Genceli, EA; Cokgor, EU
      Characterization and modeling of activated sludge for tannery wastewater

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    34. Lee, KH; Ishikawa, T; Sasaki, S; Arikawa, Y; Karube, I
      Chemical oxygen demand (COD) sensor using a stopped-flow thin layer electrochemical cell

      ELECTROANALYSIS
    35. Kayyali, MS; Jamrah, AI
      A study of selected pathogens in municipal wastewater treatment plant effluents

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH
    36. Brown, DE
      The operating line for activated sludge

      BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES
    37. Lee, SY; Ruutel, P; Barratt, PA; Tsui, YP
      Impinging zone reactor and its mathematical model for ozonation of waste water

      OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
    38. Sani, RK; Banerjee, UC
      Decolorization of triphenylmethane dyes and textile and dye-stuff effluentby Kurthia sp.

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    39. Kang, YW; Cho, MJ; Hwang, KY
      Correction of hydrogen peroxide interference on standard chemical oxygen demand test

      WATER RESEARCH
    40. Moser-Engeler, R; Kuhni, M; Bernhard, C; Siegrist, H
      Fermentation of raw sludge on an industrial scale and applications for elutriating its dissolved products and non-sedimentable solids

      WATER RESEARCH
    41. Quraishi, MA; Farooqi, IH; Saini, PA
      Investigation of some green compounds as corrosion and scale inhibitors for cooling systems

      CORROSION
    42. Lee, KH; Ishikawa, T; McNiven, SJ; Nomura, Y; Hiratsuka, A; Sasaki, S; Arikawa, Y; Karube, I
      Evaluation of chemical oxygen demand (COD) based on coulometric determination of electrochemical oxygen demand (EOD) using a surface oxidized copper electrode

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    43. Lee, KH; Ishikawa, T; McNiven, S; Nomura, Y; Sasaki, S; Arikawa, Y; Karube, I
      Chemical oxygen demand sensor employing a thin layer electrochemical cell

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    44. WILSON F; YU HQ; TAY JH; GU GW
      AN EMPIRICAL-MODEL FOR PREDICTING THE ORGANIC CONCENTRATION OF ANAEROBIC FILTER EFFLUENTS

      Water environment research
    45. Archibald, F; Roy-Arcand, L; Methot, M; Valeanu, L
      Recalcitrant organic compounds (chemical oxygen demand sources) in biologically treated pulp and paper mill effluents: their fate and environmental impact in receiving waters

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    46. Freire, DDC; Sant'anna, GL
      A proposed method modification for the determination of cod in saline waters

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    47. TANAKA H
      APPLICATION OF PRETREATMENT METHODS USING ELECTROLYSIS-GENERATED REDOX REAGENTS FOR FLOW-ANALYSIS

      Bunseki Kagaku
    48. Virtapohja, J; Alen, R
      Accelerated degradation of EDTA in an activated sludge plant Study looks at a sludge plant - Operating under alkaline conditions

      PULP & PAPER-CANADA
    49. CHANG EE; CHIANG PC; LIN TF
      DEVELOPMENT OF SURROGATE ORGANIC CONTAMINANT PARAMETERS FOR SOURCE WATER-QUALITY STANDARDS IN TAIWAN, ROC

      Chemosphere (Oxford)
    50. CUESTA A; TODOLI JL; MORA J; CANALS A
      RAPID-DETERMINATION OF CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND BY A SEMIAUTOMATED METHOD BASED ON MICROWAVE SAMPLE DIGESTION, CHROMIUM(VI) ORGANIC-SOLVENT EXTRACTION AND FLAME ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY

      Analytica chimica acta
    51. SORMUNENCRISTIAN R; MANNERKORPI P
      FEEDING VALUE OF GRASS ENSILED WITH ABSORBENTS ASSESSED IN GROWING LAMBS

      Agricultural and food science in Finland
    52. WEAVERS LK; HUA I; HOFFMANN MR
      DEGRADATION OF TRIETHANOLAMINE AND CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND REDUCTION IN WASTE-WATER BY PHOTOACTIVATED PERIODATE

      Water environment research
    53. PAMPLIN KL; JOHNSON DC
      THE COULOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND

      Electroanalysis
    54. JACOBSON SA; NGUYEN KL
      DIFFUSION WASHING OF UNBLEACHED KRAFT PULPS OF DIFFERENT EUCALYPT SPECIES

      Appita journal
    55. TANAKA H; MORITA H; SHIMOMURA S; OKAMOTO K
      COBALT(III) OXIDATION OF ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS AND ITS APPLICATION TO A DETERMINATION OF CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND AT ROOM-TEMPERATURE

      Analytical sciences
    56. KAPPEL J; GRENGG M; KITTEL FP
      TCF BLEACHING FOR SULFITE PULPS

      Pulp & paper Canada
    57. PAPAEFSTATHIOU I; DECASTRO MDL
      SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND INORGANIC CARBONBY FLOW INJECTION-PERVAPORATION

      International journal of environmental analytical chemistry
    58. MORRIS M; HERBERT R
      THE DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF A VERTICAL FLOW REED BED FOR THE TREATMENT OF HIGH AMMONIA, LOW SUSPENDED-SOLIDS ORGANIC EFFLUENTS

      Water science and technology
    59. HOFL C; SIGL G; SPECHT O; WURDACK I; WABNER D
      OXIDATIVE-DEGRADATION OF AOX AND COD BY DIFFERENT ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESSES - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY WITH 2 SAMPLES OF A PHARMACEUTICAL WASTE-WATER

      Water science and technology
    60. GEHRINGER P; SZINOVATZ W; ESCHWEILER H; HABERL R
      OXIDATIVE TREATMENT OF A WASTE-WATER STREAM FROM A MOLASSES PROCESSING USING OZONE AND ADVANCED OXIDATION TECHNOLOGIES

      Ozone: science & engineering
    61. MANN AT; STEPHENSON T
      MODELING BIOLOGICAL AERATED FILTERS FOR WASTE-WATER TREATMENT

      Water research
    62. VAIDYA B; WATSON SW; COLDIRON SJ; PORTER MD
      REDUCTION OF CHLORIDE-ION INTERFERENCE IN CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND (COD) DETERMINATIONS USING BISMUTH-BASED ADSORBENTS

      Analytica chimica acta
    63. SAMKUTTY PJ; GOUGH RH; MCGREW P
      BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF DAIRY PLANT WASTE-WATER

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    64. AUERSWALD K; WEIGAND S
      ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF DEAD-WOOD HEDGES - RELEASE OF DISSOLVED PHOSPHORUS AND ORGANIC-MATTER INTO RUNOFF

      Ecological engineering
    65. CUESTA A; TODOLI JL; CANALS A
      FLOW INJECTION METHOD FOR THE RAPID-DETERMINATION OF CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND BASED ON MICROWAVE DIGESTION AND CHROMIUM SPECIATION IN FLAME ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY

      Spectrochimica acta, Part B: Atomic spectroscopy
    66. SAYADI S; ZORGANI F; ELLOUZ R
      DECOLORIZATION OF OLIVE MILL WASTE-WATERS BY FREE AND IMMOBILIZED PHANSROCHAETE CHRYSOSPORIUM CULTURES - EFFECT OF THE HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT POLYPHENOLS

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    67. XU KQ; SAKAGUCHI Y; NISHIMURA Y; TANAKA Y; SUDO R
      TESTING AN ARTIFICIAL BEACH SYSTEM FOR REMOVAL OF POLLUTION IN A COASTAL ZONE

      Water science and technology
    68. SAGET A; CHEBBO G; BERTRANDKRAJEWSKI JL
      THE FIRST FLUSH IN SEWER SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    69. BECKER FA; HEDGES PD; SMISSION RPM
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF CHEMICAL-CONSTITUENTS WITHIN THE SEWAGE SETTLING VELOCITY GRADING CURVE

      Water science and technology
    70. BULLOCK CM; BICHO PA; ZHANG Y; SADDLER JN
      A SOLID CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND (COD) METHOD FOR DETERMINING BIOMASS IN WASTE-WATERS

      Water research
    71. COOPER VA; NICELL JA
      REMOVAL OF PHENOLS FROM A FOUNDRY WASTE-WATER USING HORSERADISH-PEROXIDASE

      Water research
    72. ELLIS TM
      ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLINESS - ZERO EFFLUENT SPUN YARN SLASHING

      Textile chemist and colorist
    73. YIP V; ARNTFIELD SD; HYDAMAKA AW
      POTENTIAL FOR STAINLESS-STEEL MICROFILTRATION PROCESSING TO REDUCE EFFLUENT FROM A FLUID MILK AND ICE-CREAM PROCESSING PLANT

      Journal of dairy science
    74. GRANBERG K
      THE IMPACT OF EFFLUENTS OF PITKARANTA PULP-MILL ON THE WATER-QUALITY OF LAKE-LADOGA - A MODEL STUDY

      Hydrobiologia
    75. DELGADO M; GUARDIOLA E; BIGERIEGO M
      ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NUTRIENTS REMOVAL FROM PIG SLURRY BY WATER HYACINTH

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    76. BAUDU M; LAROYE MY; GAUDRIOT PH; MAZET M
      TURBIDITY MEASUREMENT CONTRIBUTION FOR BI OLOGICAL WASTE-WATER TREATMENT PROCESS

      Environmental technology
    77. CATES DH; EGGERT C; YANG JL; ERIKSSON KEL
      COMPARISON OF EFFLUENTS FROM TCF AND ECF BLEACHING OF KRAFT PULPS

      Tappi journal
    78. DELIMA M; PEIXOTO M; OLIVEIRA A; WACKSLAVOWSKI A
      EFFLUENT QUALITY IN DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS OF BLEACHING SEQUENCES AT ARACRUZ

      Pulp & paper Canada
    79. BERNARD C; HERVIOU P; POUJOL T
      STORMWATER TREATMENT BY DISSOLVED AIR FLOTATION - FIRST RESULTS FROM A PILOT PROJECT

      Water science and technology
    80. TOPRAK H
      REMOVAL OF SOLUBLE CHEMICAL OXYGEN-DEMAND FROM DOMESTIC WASTEWATERS IN A LABORATORY-SCALE ANAEROBIC WASTE STABILIZATION POND

      Water research
    81. WABLE MV; RANDALL CW
      INVESTIGATION OF HYPOTHESIZED ANAEROBIC STABILIZATION MECHANISMS IN BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL SYSTEMS

      Water environment research
    82. YANG PY; CHEN H
      A LAND-LIMITED AND ENERGY-SAVING TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR DILUTE SWINE WASTE-WATER

      Bioresource technology
    83. YIN CF; RENARD JJ; PHILLIPS RB
      FORMATION OF POLYCHLORINATED PHENOLIC-COMPOUNDS DURING HIGH CHLORINE DIOXIDE SUBSTITUTION BLEACHING .2. BIOTREATMENT OF COMBINED BLEACH PLANT EFFLUENTS

      Tappi journal
    84. KAPPEL J; BRAUER P; KITTEL FP
      HIGH-CONSISTENCY OZONE-BLEACHING TECHNOLOGY

      Tappi journal
    85. SYKES M
      ENVIRONMENTAL COMPATIBILITY OF EFFLUENTS OF ASPEN BIOMECHANICAL PULPS

      Tappi journal
    86. FUKUI H; BARRON BS; MATSUKURA M
      CHEMICAL-REDUCTION OF AOX AND COD FROM HARDWOOD KRAFT CHLORINATION-STAGE EFFLUENT

      Tappi journal
    87. BILLINGS C; LANE M; WATSON A; WHITEHEAD TP; THORPE G
      A RAPID AND SIMPLE CHEMILUMINESCENT ASSAY FOR WATER-QUALITY MONITORING

      Analusis
    88. BRENNER A; BELKIN S; ABELIOVICH A
      DEVELOPMENT OF A PRETREATMENT PROGRAM TO IMPROVE BIOLOGICAL TREATABILITY OF HIGH-STRENGTH AND TOXIC INDUSTRIAL WASTE-WATER

      Water science and technology
    89. MICHELBACH S; WOHRLE C
      SETTLEABLE SOLIDS FROM COMBINED SEWERS - SETTLING, STORMWATER TREATMENT, AND SEDIMENTATION-RATES IN RIVERS

      Water science and technology
    90. GOLDE HM; CROSBY MP; LOVELL CR; STANCYK SE
      REDUCTION OF MARINE SEDIMENT OXYGEN-UPTAKE - PRETREATMENT FOR THE DETERMINATION OF INFAUNAL RESPIRATION RATES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    91. KORENAGA T; ZHOU XJ; MORIWAKE T; MURAKI H; NAITO T; SANUKI S
      COMPUTER-CONTROLLED MICROPUMP SUITABLE FOR PRECISE MICROLITER DELIVERY AND COMPLETE IN-LINE MIXING

      Analytical chemistry
    92. LANDRY D; TRUDEL JP; NICOL R
      BIOLOGICAL FILTRATION - A COMPACT PROCESS FOR THE TREATMENT OF PULP AND PAPER-MILL WASTEWATERS - THE GUERIMAND-VOIRON PILOT EXPERIENCE - AVOIDING SECONDARY CLARIFIERS SAVES SPACE

      Pulp & paper Canada
    93. MUNTER R; PREIS S; KAMENEV S; SIIRDE E
      METHODOLOGY OF OZONE INTRODUCTION INTO WATER AND WASTE-WATER TREATMENT

      Ozone: science & engineering


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