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  1. Dialkylmethyl-2-(N,N-diisobutyl)acetamidoammonium iodide as a ruthenium selective ligand from nitric acid medium

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 295:17 (2015)

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  2. Potential contribution of inorganic ions to whole effluent acute toxicity and genotoxicity during sewage tertiary treatment

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 295:22 (2015)

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  3. Kinetics and energy efficiency for the degradation of 1,4-dioxane by electro-peroxone process

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:90 (2015)

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  4. A study of enhanced performance of VUV/UV process for the degradation of micropollutants from contaminated water

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:1 (2015)

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  5. Remediation of Cr(VI) contaminated soil using long-duration sodium thiosulfate supported by micro–nano networks

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:64 (2015)

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  6. An extraction process to recover vanadium from low-grade vanadium-bearing titanomagnetite

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:35 (2015)

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  7. Aluminum hypophosphite microencapsulated to improve its safety and application to flame retardant polyamide 6

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:186 (2015)

    • MCAHP was prepared and applied in polyamide 6. • MCA as the capsule material can improve the fire safety of AHP. • ...
  8. Bioremediation of soils co-contaminated with heavy metals and 2,4,5-trichlorophenol by fruiting body of Clitocybe maxima

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:121 (2015)

    • Remediation of soils with metals and 2,4,5-trichlorophenol by Clitocybe maxima was first studied. • HOAc extractable metals increased in soils with Clitocybe max...
  9. Nanocelluloses and their phosphorylated derivatives for selective adsorption of Ag+, Cu2+ and Fe3+ from industrial effluents

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:177 (2015)

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  10. Synthesis of magnetic alginate beads based on Fe3O4 nanoparticles for the removal of 3-methylindole from aqueous solution using Fenton process

    Journal of Hazardous Materials 294:128 (2015)

    • Synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles (Fe3O4) embedded with iron in alginate beads. • Removal of malodorous compound (3 methyl indole) from water. ...