Occurrence and Levels of Acetonitriles as Emerging Disinfection By-products in a Community Drinking Water Supply
Published at The Pacific Journal of Science & Technology
Published in 2014
E. M. Shaibu-Imodagbe, C. A. Okuofu, A. Ismail, J. A. Otun, J. P Unyimadu, A. B. Williams and D. B. Adie
Williams Akan » Dr. Akan Williams is an Associate Professor of Analytical/Environmental Chemistry and the Head, Department of Chemistry. He is the immediate past Director, Vice-Chancellor's Office. A former Director, Academic Planning and Dean of Students and University Orator, he has a Ph.D in Environmental Chemistry. He is a Fellow, Chemical Society of Nigeria; Chairman, Chemical Society of Nigeria, Ogun... view full profile
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