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2019-06-01Removal of dissolved organic matter fractions from reverse osmosis concentrate: Comparing granular activated carbon and ion exchange resin adsorbentsJamil, S; Loganathan, P; Kandasamy, J; Listowski, A; Khourshed, C; Naidu, R; Vigneswaran, S
2012-05-01Response of Pinus radiata D. Don to Boron Fertilization in a Glasshouse StudyKhan, RU; Anderson, CWN; Loganathan, P; Xue, J; Clinton, PW
2015-09-05Forward osmosis treatment for volume minimisation of reverse osmosis concentrate from a water reclamation plant and removal of organic micropollutantsJamil, S; Loganathan, P; Kazner, C; Vigneswaran, S
2020-02-01Removing arsenic from water with an original and modified natural manganese oxide ore: batch kinetic and equilibrium adsorption studiesNguyen, TTQ; Loganathan, P; Nguyen, TV; Vigneswaran, S
2015-01-25Removal of leather tanning agent syntan from aqueous solution using Fenton oxidation followed by GAC adsorptionThankappan, R; Nguyen, TV; Srinivasan, SV; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J; Loganathan, P
2013-12-15Enhanced removal of nitrate from water using surface modification of adsorbents - A reviewLoganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J
2019-07-01Removing arsenic from water by coprecipitation with iron: Effect of arsenic and iron concentrations and adsorbent incorporationNur, T; Loganathan, P; Ahmed, MB; Johir, MAH; Nguyen, TV; Vigneswaran, S
2014-01-01Heavy metals in road-deposited and water sediments at Kogarah bay, Sydney: Enrichment, sources, and fractionationNguyen, TC; Loganathan, P; Nguyen, TV; Pham, TTN; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J; Wu, M; Naidu, R
2015-06-05Simultaneous adsorption of Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb, and Zn by an iron-coated Australian zeolite in batch and fixed-bed column studiesNguyen, TC; Loganathan, P; Nguyen, TV; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J; Naidu, R
2017-01-01Mining valuable minerals from seawater: A critical reviewLoganathan, P; Naidu, G; Vigneswaran, S
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