Determination of Organic Compounds in Natural and Treated Waters
A comprehensive reference which draws together and systematises the information available on the occurrence and determination of organic substances in all types of non-saline and saline natural and treated waters. It provides a comprehensive description of organic compounds in all natural and treated water types. The book includes a series of tables to facilitate rapid access to specific topics.
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