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Sonochemical Degradation of Benzothiophene (BT) in Deionized Water, Natural Water and Sea Water

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Sonochemical Degradation of Benzothiophene (BT) in Deionized Water, Natural Water and Sea Water

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Sonochemical Degradation of Benzothiophene (BT) in Deionized Water, Natural Water and Sea Water

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Sonochemical Degradation of Benzothiophene (BT) in Deionized Water, Natural Water and Sea Water

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Sonochemical Degradation of Benzothiophene (BT) in Deionized Water, Natural Water and Sea Water

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Switzerland: MDPI AG

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Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), 2019, Vol.24 (2), p.257

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TN_cdi_doaj_primary_oai_doaj_org_article_ccc7859537054f7baf208421e50fbabb

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English

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Switzerland: MDPI AG

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This paper deals with the sonochemical water treatment of polycyclic aromatic sulfur hydrocarbons (PASHs), one of the most common impurities found in waste water coming from petroleum industry. The best fit of the experimental data appears to be the kinetic parameters determined using the Michaelis-Mentonmodel in the concentrations range of the stu...

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Sonochemical Degradation of Benzothiophene (BT) in Deionized Water, Natural Water and Sea Water

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TN_cdi_doaj_primary_oai_doaj_org_article_ccc7859537054f7baf208421e50fbabb

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1420-3049

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1420-3049

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10.3390/molecules24020257

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