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2012-01-01Removal of Inorganic Contaminants from Simulated Stormwater by Three Sorbents in Columns Under Intermittent Runoff ConditionMohammed, T; Vigneswaran, S; Loganathan, P; Kandasamy, J; Aryal, R
2020-01-10Laterite as a low-cost adsorbent in a sustainable decentralized filtration system to remove arsenic from groundwater in VietnamNguyen, TH; Tran, HN; Vu, HA; Trinh, MV; Nguyen, TV; Loganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Nguyen, TM; Trinh, VT; Vu, DL; Nguyen, THH
2019-10-01Interrelationship among the pollutants in stormwater in an urban catchment and first flush identification using UV spectroscopyEkanayake, D; Aryal, R; Hasan Johir, MA; Loganathan, P; Bush, C; Kandasamy, J; Vigneswaran, S
2014-01-01Arsenic waste from water treatment systems: Characteristics, treatments and its disposalNguyen, TV; Loganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Krupanidhi, S; Pham, TTN; Ngo, HH
2012-01-01Effectiveness of purolite A500PS and A520E ion exchange resins on the removal of nitrate and phosphate from synthetic waterNur, T; Johir, MAH; Loganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J
2012-07-19Enrichment, inter-relationship, and fractionation of heavy metals in road-deposited sediments of Sydney, AustraliaMohammed, T; Loganathan, P; Kinsela, A; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J
2007-02-01Interactive effects of soil acidity and fluoride on soil solution aluminium chemistry and barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) root growthManoharan, V; Loganathan, P; Tillman, RW; Parfitt, RL
2015-01-01Nitrate removal using Purolite A520E ion exchange resin: batch and fixed-bed column adsorption modellingNur, T; Shim, WG; Loganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J
2014-04-18Removal and recovery of phosphate from water using sorptionLoganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J; Bolan, NS
2018-10-15Struvite production using membrane-bioreactor wastewater effluent and seawaterNur, T; Loganathan, P; Ahmed, MB; Johir, M; Kandasamy, J; Vigneswaran, S
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