Strength, Durability and Creep of Fly-Ash Concrete: Part II
Tests on sulphate durability of various plain and fly ash mortars soaked in pH-controlled sulphate solutions were performed. The performance of several types of ash have been examined,...

Sulfated Polysaccharides from Marine Invertebrates
The authors Laboratory is involved in the chemical and structural determination of sulfated polysaccharides from different sources. The main purpose of such studies is to compare these...

Fate and Effect of Carbon Tetrochloride and O-Xylene on Anaerobic Systems with Sulfate Reducing Bacteria
The fate and effects of o-xylene and carbon tetrachloride on methanogens and sulfate reducing bacteria were investigated using serum bottles. Up to 750 mg/1 of o-xylene did not cause any...

Anaerobic Biological Reduction of Selenate
When soils with high concentrations of naturally-occuring selenium are irrigated and drained, selenium is leached from the soil and appears in the drainage water. Selenium has caused death...

Sulfate Attack on Concrete Containing Fly Ash
The use of fly ash as a portland cement replacement in concrete may provide many technical and economic advantages. One such technical advantage is to improve the resistance of concrete...

Organics Removal by Ion Exchange-Process Design

Control of Aquatic Growths in Reservations by Copper Sulfate and Secondary Effects of Such Treatment
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