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Modified and Unmodified Zinc Oxide as Coagent in Elastomer Compounds

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KH2PO4 crystallisation from potassium chloride and ammonium dihydrogen phosphate

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Influence of the exchanged metal ions (Cu, Co, Ni and Mn) on the selective catalytic reduction of NO with hydrocarbons over modified ferrierite

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Permeability of P and K-nutrient through polystyrene membrane from aqueous solutions of urea + KH2PO4

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Use of carbon and aluminosilicate nanofillers in XNBR composites designed for protective materials against oils

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Simultaneous ammonium and nitrate removal by a modified intermittently aerated sequencing batch reactor (SBR) with multiple filling events

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Extraction of rubidium and cesium from brine solutions using a room temperature ionic liquid system containing 18-crown-6

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Electrooxidation of phenol on carbon fibre-based anodes through continuous electrolysis of synthetic wastewater

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Removal of Rhodamine B from aqueous solution by ZnFe2O4 nanocomposite with magnetic separation performance

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Technological aspects of vegetable oils epoxidation in the presence of ion exchange resins: a review

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