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25-Jan-2015Removal 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
1-Sep-2011Structural surface changes and inflammatory responses against alginate-based microcapsules after exposure to human peritoneal fluidDe Haan, BJ; Rossi, A; Faas, MM; Smelt, MJ; Sonvico, F; Colombo, P; De Vos, P
1-Jul-2019Characteristics and mechanisms of cadmium adsorption onto biogenic aragonite shells-derived biosorbent: Batch and column studiesVan, HT; Nguyen, LH; Nguyen, VD; Nguyen, XH; Nguyen, TH; Nguyen, TV; Vigneswaran, S; Rinklebe, J; Tran, HN
15-Jan-2018Fluoride removal from water using a magnesia-pullulan composite in a continuous fixed-bed columnYe, Y; Yang, J; Jiang, W; Kang, J; Hu, Y; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Liu, Y
1-Jan-2019The adsorption of phosphate using a magnesia–pullulan composite: Kinetics, equilibrium, and column testsYe, Y; Jiao, J; Kang, D; Jiang, W; Kang, J; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Liu, Y
1-Nov-2019Food waste based biochars for ammonia nitrogen removal from aqueous solutionsXue, S; Zhang, X; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Wen, H; Li, C; Zhang, Y; Ma, C
1-Jan-2017Characterization of a hybrid powdered activated carbon-dynamic membrane bioreactor (PAC-DMBR) process with high flux by gravity flow: Operational performance and sludge propertiesHu, Y; Wang, XC; Sun, Q; Ngo, HH; Yu, Z; Tang, J; Zhang, Q
1-Jan-2013Feasibility of iron loaded 'okara' for biosorption of phosphorous in aqueous solutionsNguyen, TAH; Ngo, HH; Guo, WS; Zhang, J; Liang, S; Tung, KL
1-Feb-2016Removal of phosphorus by a high rate membrane adsorption hybrid systemJohir, MAH; Nguyen, TT; Mahatheva, K; Pradhan, M; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Vigneswaran, S
1-Jan-2014Long-term effect on membrane fouling in a new membrane bioreactor as a pretreatment to seawater desalinationJeong, S; Rice, SA; Vigneswaran, S
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