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Estimation of Dissolved Organics Characteristics and THM Formation from Different Organics Sources Based on Molecular Weight Distribution
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 Title & Authors
Estimation of Dissolved Organics Characteristics and THM Formation from Different Organics Sources Based on Molecular Weight Distribution
Jeong, Kyu-Yeon; Ko, Young-Song; Lee, Yoon-Jin;
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 Keywords
THM (trihalomethane);SUVA (specific ultraviolet light absorbance);DOC (dissolved organic carbon);AMWD (apparent molecular weight distribution);
 Language
English
 Cited by
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공업화학, 2008. vol.19. 1, pp.122-128
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