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Kinetic model for the sonochemical degradation of monocyclic aromatic compounds is aqueous solution.

(1996) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. 100(28). p.11636-11642
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DEVISSCHER, A, P VANEENOO, David Drijvers, et al. “Kinetic Model for the Sonochemical Degradation of Monocyclic Aromatic Compounds Is Aqueous Solution.” JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 100.28 (1996): 11636–11642. Print.
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DEVISSCHER, A., VANEENOO, P., Drijvers, D., & Van Langenhove, H. (1996). Kinetic model for the sonochemical degradation of monocyclic aromatic compounds is aqueous solution. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, 100(28), 11636–11642.
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DEVISSCHER, A, P VANEENOO, David Drijvers, and Herman Van Langenhove. 1996. “Kinetic Model for the Sonochemical Degradation of Monocyclic Aromatic Compounds Is Aqueous Solution.” Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (28): 11636–11642.
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DEVISSCHER, A, P VANEENOO, David Drijvers, and Herman Van Langenhove. 1996. “Kinetic Model for the Sonochemical Degradation of Monocyclic Aromatic Compounds Is Aqueous Solution.” Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (28): 11636–11642.
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DEVISSCHER A, VANEENOO P, Drijvers D, Van Langenhove H. Kinetic model for the sonochemical degradation of monocyclic aromatic compounds is aqueous solution. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. 1996;100(28):11636–42.
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A. DEVISSCHER, P. VANEENOO, D. Drijvers, and H. Van Langenhove, “Kinetic model for the sonochemical degradation of monocyclic aromatic compounds is aqueous solution.,” JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, vol. 100, no. 28, pp. 11636–11642, 1996.
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  author       = {DEVISSCHER, A and VANEENOO, P and Drijvers, David and Van Langenhove, Herman},
  issn         = {0022-3654},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {28},
  pages        = {11636--11642},
  title        = {Kinetic model for the sonochemical degradation of monocyclic aromatic compounds is aqueous solution.},
  volume       = {100},
  year         = {1996},
}