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1-Jun-2019Removal 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
18-Apr-2014Removal and recovery of phosphate from water using sorptionLoganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J; Bolan, NS
15-Dec-2013Enhanced removal of nitrate from water using surface modification of adsorbents - A reviewLoganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J
15-Sep-2016Enhanced removal of nitrate from water using amine-grafted agricultural wastesKalaruban, M; Loganathan, P; Shim, WG; Kandasamy, J; Ngo, HH; Vigneswaran, S
5-Sep-2015Forward 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
1-Jul-2012Adsorptive Removal of Nitrate and Phosphate from Water by a Purolite Ion Exchange Resin and Hydrous Ferric Oxide Columns in SeriesDas Gupta, M; Loganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S
1-Jan-2013Road-deposited sediment pollutants: A critical review of their characteristics, source apportionment, and managementLoganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J
19-Jul-2012Enrichment, inter-relationship, and fractionation of heavy metals in road-deposited sediments of Sydney, AustraliaMohammed, T; Loganathan, P; Kinsela, A; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J
1-Jan-2020Progress, challenges, and opportunities in enhancing NOM flocculation using chemically modified chitosan: A review towards future developmentLoganathan, P; Gradzielski, M; Bustamante, H; Vigneswaran, S
15-May-2019Simultaneous removal of natural organic matter and micro-organic pollutants from reverse osmosis concentrate using granular activated carbonJamil, S; Loganathan, P; Listowski, A; Kandasamy, J; Khourshed, C; Vigneswaran, S
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