Evaluating Algibon adsorbent and adsorption kinetics for launderette water treatment: towards sustainable water management

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Evaluating Algibon adsorbent and adsorption kinetics for launderette water treatment : towards sustainable water management. / Tony, Maha A.; Parker, Helen L.; Clark, James H.

In: Water and Environment Journal, 28.09.2018.

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Tony, MA, Parker, HL & Clark, JH 2018, 'Evaluating Algibon adsorbent and adsorption kinetics for launderette water treatment: towards sustainable water management', Water and Environment Journal. https://doi.org/10.1111/wej.12412

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Tony, M. A., Parker, H. L., & Clark, J. H. (2018). Evaluating Algibon adsorbent and adsorption kinetics for launderette water treatment: towards sustainable water management. Water and Environment Journal. https://doi.org/10.1111/wej.12412

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Tony MA, Parker HL, Clark JH. Evaluating Algibon adsorbent and adsorption kinetics for launderette water treatment: towards sustainable water management. Water and Environment Journal. 2018 Sep 28. https://doi.org/10.1111/wej.12412

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Tony, Maha A. ; Parker, Helen L. ; Clark, James H. / Evaluating Algibon adsorbent and adsorption kinetics for launderette water treatment : towards sustainable water management. In: Water and Environment Journal. 2018.

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