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Kemiske forbindelser

Pesticides
Electrochemical oxidation
Reverse osmosis
Membranes
Degradation
Water treatment
Osmosis membranes
Water
Nanofiltration
Aquaporins
Osmosis
Salicylic Acid
Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Chlorides
Biodegradation
Recycling
Seawater
Energy utilization
Surface-Active Agents
Drinking Water
Activated carbon
Electrolytes
Hydrolysis
Anodes
Diamond
Contamination
Boron
Solubility
Electric lamps
Recovery
Kinetics
Lipids
Adsorption
Electrodes
Groundwater
Platinum
Nanofiltration membranes
Pesticide Residues
Bacteria
Impurities
Acids
Sand
Health risks
Electric fields
Environmental technology
Ultraviolet lamps
Biofilters
Experiments
Human Milk

Teknik og materialevidenskab

Pesticides
Reverse osmosis
Membranes
Water treatment
Degradation
Electrochemical oxidation
Osmosis membranes
Nanofiltration
Osmosis
Water
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Biodegradation
Polychlorinated biphenyls
Seawater
Energy utilization
Recycling
Potable water
Activated carbon
Hydrolysis
Lipids
Surface active agents
Contamination
Solubility
Electric lamps
Recovery
Adsorption
Acetic acid
Electrodes
Groundwater
Propionic acid
Nanofiltration membranes
Bacteria
Impurities
Sand
Acids
Electric fields
Environmental technology
Ultraviolet lamps
Biofilters
Experiments
Electronic Waste
Human Milk
Health risks
Soils
Dredging
Herbicides
Ports and harbors
Microorganisms
Biological materials

Geo- og miljøvidenskab

membrane
salicylic acid
tributyltin
osmosis
pesticide
electrolyte
surfactant
degradation
hydrolysis
PCB
biodegradation
PAH
solubility
milk
groundwater
chloride
lipid
seawater
pollutant
oxidation
kinetics
water
acid
removal
platinum
boron
diamond
low pressure
oligotrophic environment
bacterium
matrix
sand
remineralization
electronic waste
breast milk
pesticide residue
dredging
experiment
alcohol
health risk