Babi KG, Koumenides KM, Nikolaou AD, Makri CA, Tzoumerkas FK, Lekkas TD:
"Pilot study of the removal of THMs, HAAs and DOC from drinking water by GAC adsorption",
In CEST2005: 132-140, (Sep 2005)
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