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Evaluation of Biodegradation Potential and Biodegradation Kinetic for Estrogens in Biological Activated Carbon (BAC) Process
Hee-Jong Son, Hoon-Sik Yeom, Hyo-Joo Kwon, Dong-Choon Ryu, Kyung-Sim Lee
J Korean Soc Environ Eng. 2018;40(2):64-72.   Published online 2018 February 28    DOI:

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