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Kinetic analysis of virus adsorption and inactivation in batch experiments


, : Kinetic analysis of virus adsorption and inactivation in batch experiments. Water Resources Research 29(7): 2067-285

The mobility and ecology of viruses in natural environments is strongly influenced by the adsorption of virus particles to sand and soil surfaces.

Accession: 002646201

DOI: 10.1029/93wr00757

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