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RESEARCH PAPERS : FINITE-ELEMENT MODELING ON THE CONVECTIVE TRANSPORT OF AN ORGANIC SOLVENT THROUGH NONUNIFORM SOILS DURING IN-SITU PHOTOLYSIS PROCESS

  • Lee,Kun-Sang
  • Published : 2003.06.30

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