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Killing bacteria present on surfaces in films or in droplets using microwave UV lamps

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Barkhudarov, E. M., Christofi, N., Kossyi, I. A., Misakyan, M. A., Sharp, J., & Taktakhisvili, I. M. (2008)
Killing bacteria present on surfaces in films or in droplets using microwave UV lamps. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 24(6), 761-769. doi:10.1007/s11274-007-9536-y
The killing of bacteria on surfaces by two types of UV sources generated by microwave radiation is described. In both cases, UV radiation is produced by gasdischarge electrode...

Congruence in the performance of model nitrifying activated sludge plants located in Germany, Scotland and Spain

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Christofi, N., Aspichueta, E., Dalzell, D., De la Sota, A., Etxebarria, J., Fernandes, T., …Schmellenkamp, P. (2002)
Congruence in the performance of model nitrifying activated sludge plants located in Germany, Scotland and Spain. Water Research, 37(1), 177-187. doi:10.1016/s0043-1354(02)00119-7
A laboratory model nitrifying activated sludge plant treating OECD synthetic sewage was designed and constructed by each of three laboratories in Germany, Scotland and Spain i...

Dispelling the "Nocardia amarae" myth: a phylogenetic and phenotypic study of mycolic acid-containing actinomycetes isolated from activated sludge foam.

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Stainsby, F. M., Soddell, J. A., Seviour, R. J., Upton, J. & Goodfellow, M. (2002)
Dispelling the "Nocardia amarae" myth: a phylogenetic and phenotypic study of mycolic acid-containing actinomycetes isolated from activated sludge foam. Water Science and Technology. 46, 81-90. ISSN 0273-1223
Right-angle branched filaments and rods micromanipulated from activated sludge foam and mixed liquor were identified as putatively novel members of the genera Gordonia, Mycoba...