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Sediment water and octanol water equilibrium partitioning of volatile organic compounds: Temperature dependence in the 25 degrees C range.

Jo Dewulf UGent, Herman Van Langenhove UGent and S GRARE (1999) WATER RESEARCH. 33(10). p.2424-2436
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journal title
WATER RESEARCH
Water Res.
volume
33
issue
10
pages
2424-2436 pages
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Article
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000080959500023
ISSN
0043-1354
language
English
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yes
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A1
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174853
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-174853
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2004-01-14 13:40:00
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2008-02-22 22:48:18
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  journal      = {WATER RESEARCH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {2424--2436},
  title        = {Sediment water and octanol water equilibrium partitioning of volatile organic compounds: Temperature dependence in the 25 degrees C range.},
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  year         = {1999},
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Chicago
Dewulf, Jo, Herman Van Langenhove, and S GRARE. 1999. “Sediment Water and Octanol Water Equilibrium Partitioning of Volatile Organic Compounds: Temperature Dependence in the 25 Degrees C Range.” Water Research 33 (10): 2424–2436.
APA
Dewulf, Jo, Van Langenhove, H., & GRARE, S. (1999). Sediment water and octanol water equilibrium partitioning of volatile organic compounds: Temperature dependence in the 25 degrees C range. WATER RESEARCH, 33(10), 2424–2436.
Vancouver
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Dewulf J, Van Langenhove H, GRARE S. Sediment water and octanol water equilibrium partitioning of volatile organic compounds: Temperature dependence in the 25 degrees C range. WATER RESEARCH. 1999;33(10):2424–36.
MLA
Dewulf, Jo, Herman Van Langenhove, and S GRARE. “Sediment Water and Octanol Water Equilibrium Partitioning of Volatile Organic Compounds: Temperature Dependence in the 25 Degrees C Range.” WATER RESEARCH 33.10 (1999): 2424–2436. Print.