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Potential biological processes available for removal of nitrogenous compounds from metal industry wastewater


Process Safety and Environmental Protection 83(5): 472-480
Potential biological processes available for removal of nitrogenous compounds from metal industry wastewater
Suboptimal pH and high nitrogenous compounds content in metal industry wastewaters often make using traditional biological treatment methods problematic.

Accession: 004462018

DOI: 10.1205/psep.04271

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