Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 8:30 AM
Grand Ballroom A (Marriott Downtown)
The greatest challenge of today's groundwater, wastewaters, and flue gases treatment technology is to optimize the use of chemical, biological, radiation, plasma treatment processes. The choice of the process and/or integration of the processes depend strongly on the wastewaters and waste gases characteristics, concentrations, and the desired efficiencies. The goal of this venue is to present basic and applied research contributions in the areas of oxidation and reduction processes for the chemical, pharmaceutical, environmental and energy industries. Papers which address cutting edge technology in the fossil, renewable, nuclear energy industries are also encouraged.
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.
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