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Anaerobic ureolysis of source-separated urine for NH3 recovery enables direct removal of divalent ions at the toilet

(2019) WATER RESEARCH. 148. p.97-105
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Precipitation, Resource recovery, Scaling, Source-separation, Ureolysis, Urine hydrolysis, GRADIENT GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS, WASTE-WATER, STRUVITE PRECIPITATION, NUTRIENT RECOVERY, AMMONIA RECOVERY, UREA HYDROLYSIS, NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS, ACIDOGENESIS, REACTOR

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Christiaens, Marlies et al. “Anaerobic Ureolysis of Source-separated Urine for NH3 Recovery Enables Direct Removal of Divalent Ions at the Toilet.” WATER RESEARCH 148 (2019): 97–105. Print.
APA
Christiaens, Marlies, De Vrieze, J., Clinckemaillie, L., Ganigué, R., & Rabaey, K. (2019). Anaerobic ureolysis of source-separated urine for NH3 recovery enables direct removal of divalent ions at the toilet. WATER RESEARCH, 148, 97–105.
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Christiaens, Marlies, Jo De Vrieze, Lorenzo Clinckemaillie, Ramon Ganigué, and Korneel Rabaey. 2019. “Anaerobic Ureolysis of Source-separated Urine for NH3 Recovery Enables Direct Removal of Divalent Ions at the Toilet.” Water Research 148: 97–105.
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Christiaens, Marlies, Jo De Vrieze, Lorenzo Clinckemaillie, Ramon Ganigué, and Korneel Rabaey. 2019. “Anaerobic Ureolysis of Source-separated Urine for NH3 Recovery Enables Direct Removal of Divalent Ions at the Toilet.” Water Research 148: 97–105.
Vancouver
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Christiaens M, De Vrieze J, Clinckemaillie L, Ganigué R, Rabaey K. Anaerobic ureolysis of source-separated urine for NH3 recovery enables direct removal of divalent ions at the toilet. WATER RESEARCH. 2019;148:97–105.
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M. Christiaens, J. De Vrieze, L. Clinckemaillie, R. Ganigué, and K. Rabaey, “Anaerobic ureolysis of source-separated urine for NH3 recovery enables direct removal of divalent ions at the toilet,” WATER RESEARCH, vol. 148, pp. 97–105, 2019.
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  author       = {{Christiaens, Marlies and De Vrieze, Jo and Clinckemaillie, Lorenzo and Ganigué, Ramon and Rabaey, Korneel}},
  issn         = {{0043-1354}},
  journal      = {{WATER RESEARCH}},
  keywords     = {{Precipitation,Resource recovery,Scaling,Source-separation,Ureolysis,Urine hydrolysis,GRADIENT GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS,WASTE-WATER,STRUVITE PRECIPITATION,NUTRIENT RECOVERY,AMMONIA RECOVERY,UREA HYDROLYSIS,NITROGEN,PHOSPHORUS,ACIDOGENESIS,REACTOR}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{97--105}},
  title        = {{Anaerobic ureolysis of source-separated urine for NH3 recovery enables direct removal of divalent ions at the toilet}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2018.10.021}},
  volume       = {{148}},
  year         = {{2019}},
}

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