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RESEARCH PAPERS : REDUCTIVE DECHLOZINATION OF CHLORINATED BIPHENYLS BY PALLADIUM COATED ZINC

Kim,Young-Hun

  • Published : 2002.12.31

Abstract

Keywords

dechlorination;degradation;PCBs;reduction;ZVWs

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