"Nephelometric Performance Evaluation of Oxidized Starch in the Treatment of Coal Washery Effluent"
written by P. C. Nnaji, B. I. Okolo, M. C. Menkiti,
published by Natural Resources, Vol.5 No.3, 2014
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