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" ... considered to be biologically the most excellent ; and conversely, that those processes which effect little or no reduction in the proportion of organic impurity are not calculated to be of any service in removing organized matters. In the experiments... "
Microbiology and Chemistry for Environmental Scientists and Engineers - Page 7
by Jason Birkett, John Lester - 2002 - 400 pages
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volume 35

Engineering - 1886
...assume that those processes which effect the greatest chemical improvement in water may also be safely considered to be biologically the most excellent ;...to be of any service in removing organized matters. In the experiments which the author has for some time been conducting on the removal of micro-organisms...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 85

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1886
...effect the greatest chemical improvement in water may also be safely considered to bo biologically tho most excellent ; and conversely, that those processes which effect little or no reduction in tho proportion of organic impurity are not calculated to be of any service in removing organized matters....
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Micro-organisms in Water: Their Significance, Identification and Removal ...

Percy Frankland, Grace Coleridge Toynbee Frankland - Bacteria - 1894 - 548 pages
...impossible) is to be supplied for dietetic use, and if this water, as is so often MICRO-ORGANISMS INT WATER the case, is not objectionable on account of the absolute...proportion of organic impurity are not calculated to be of anv service in removing organized matters. The following chemical analyses of river-water before...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 85

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1886
...assume that those processes which effect the greatest chemical improvement in water may also be safely considered to be biologically the most excellent ;...to be of any service in removing organized matters. In the experiments which the Author has for some time been conducting on the removal of micro-organisms...
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