Microbial Removal Using Layered Double Hydroxides and Iron (Hydr)oxides Immobilized on Granular Media
Jeong-Ann Park, Chang-Gu Lee, Seong-Jik Park, Jae-Hyeon Kim, Song-Bae Kim
Environmental Engineering Research. 2010;15(3):149-156.   Published online 2010 Sep 30     DOI: https://doi.org/10.4491/eer.2010.15.3.149
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