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2005-01-01Is semi-flocculation effective as pretreatment to ultrafiltration in wastewater treatment?Shon, HK; Vigneswaran, S; Ngo, HH; Ben Aim, R
2014-01-01Titania produced from Ti-salt flocculated sludge: Photocatalytic activity under solar lightShon, HK; Okour, Y; Park, SM; Kim, JB; Kim, JH
2009-12-01Characterisation of titanium tetrachloride and titanium sulfate flocculation in wastewater treatmentOkour, Y; Shon, HK; El Saliby, I
2019-11-15Preparation and characterization of TiO<inf>2</inf> generated from synthetic wastewater using TiCl<inf>4</inf> based coagulation/flocculation aided with Ca(OH)<inf>2</inf>Hossain, SM; Park, MJ; Park, HJ; Tijing, L; Kim, JH; Shon, HK
2011-05-01Seasonal variation in the properties of titania photocatalysts produced from Ti-salt flocculated bioresource sludgeOkour, Y; Shon, HK; Liu, H; Kim, JB; Kim, JH
2014-02-15Removal of natural organic matter by titanium tetrachloride: The effect of total hardness and ionic strengthZhao, YX; Shon, HK; Phuntsho, S; Gao, BY
2019-10-01Efficient harvesting of Chlorella pyrenoidosa and Scenedesmus obliquus cultivated in urban sewage by magnetic flocculation using nano-Fe<inf>3</inf>O<inf>4</inf> coated with polyethyleneimineLiu, Y; Jin, W; Zhou, X; Han, SF; Tu, R; Feng, X; Jensen, PD; Wang, Q
2005-01-01Chemical coupling of photocatalysis with flocculation and adsorption in the removal of organic matterShon, HK; Vigneswaran, S; Ngo, HH; Kim, JH
2011-03-15Effect of shear force, solution pH and breakage period on characteristics of flocs formed by Titanium tetrachloride (TiCl<inf>4</inf>) and Polyaluminum chloride (PACl) with surface water treatmentZhao, YX; Gao, BY; Shon, HK; Kim, JH; Yue, QY
2016-06-01Effects of hydraulic retention time and bioflocculant addition on membrane fouling in a sponge-submerged membrane bioreactorDeng, L; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Du, B; Wei, Q; Tran, NH; Nguyen, NC; Chen, SS; Li, J
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