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Название: Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management III
Авторы: Tedder D., Pohland F.
Content: Emerging technologies for hazardous waste management : an overview / D. William Tedder and Frederick G. Pohland — Comparative aspects of advanced oxidation processes / David F. Ollis — Supercritical water oxidation technology : process development and fundamental research / Jefferson W. Tester, H. Richard Holgate, Fred J. Armellini, Paul A. Webley, William R. Killilea, Glenn T. Hong, and Herbert E. Barner — Photo-assisted mineralization of herbicide wastes by ferric ion catalyzed hydrogen peroxide / Joseph J. Pignatello and Yunfu Sun — Toxic pollutant destruction : comparison of the oxidants potassium permanganate, Fenton's reagent, and chlorine dioxide on the toxicity of substituted phenols / Philip A. Vella and Joseph A. Munder — Ultrasonically accelerated photocatalytic waste treatment / A.J. Johnston and P. Hocking — Adsorptive and chemical pretreatment of reactive dye discharges / D.L. Michelsen, L.L. Fulk, R.M. Woodby, and G.D. Boardman — Applicability of biological processes for treatment of soils / W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr. and Robert D. Norris — Development of nonlinear group contribution method for prediction of biodegradation kinetics from respirometrically derived kinetic data / Henry H. Tabak and Rakesh Govind — Degradation of cyanides by the white rot fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium / Manish M. Shah and Steven D. Aust — Protocol for determining the rate of biodegradation of toxic organic chemicals in anaerobic processes / Nagappa Sathish, James C. Young, and Henry H. Tabak — Anaerobic digestion of industrial activated aerobic sludge / J.C. Goodloe, H.M. Kitsos, A.J. Meyers, Jr., J.S. Hubbard, and R.S. Roberts — Comparison of the effectiveness of emerging in situ technologies and traditional ex situ treatment of solvent-contaminated soils / Sharon R. Just and Kenneth J. Stockwell — Constant capacitance model : chemical surface complexation model for describing adsorption of toxic trace elements on soil minerals / Sabine Goldberg — Modeling brackish solution influences on the chemical and physical behavior of temperate region soils / M. Marsi and V.P. Evangelou — Decomposition of perchloroethylene and polychlorinated biphenyls with Fenton's reagent / C. Sato, S.W. Leung, H. Bell, W.A. Burkett, and R.J. Watts — Catalytic oxidation of trichloroethylene and methylene chloride / Henry Shaw, Yi Wang, Tia-Chiang Yu, and Anthony E. Cerkanowicz — Advanced ultraviolet flash lamps for the destruction of organic contaminants in air / Paul G. Blystone, Mark D. Johnson, Werner R. Haag, and Paul F. Daley — Chemical detoxification of trichloroethylene and 1,1,1-trichloroethane in a microwave discharge plasma reactor at atmospheric pressure / T.R. Krause and J.E. Helt — Bioprocessing of environmentally significant gases and vapors with gas-phase bioreactors : methane, trichloroethylene, and xylene / William A. Apel, Patrick R. Dugan, Michelle R. Wiebe, Earl G. Johnson, James H. Wolfram, and Robert D. Rogers — Mediated electrochemical process for hazardous waste destruction / R.G. Hickman, J.C. Farmer, and F.T. Wang — Long-term durability of polyethylene for encapsulation of low-level radioactive, hazardous, and mixed wastes / P.D. Kalb, J.H. Heiser, and P. Colombo.