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Green remediation of sulfide in oxidative dehairing of skin and correlation by mathematical model: An eco-friendly approach.

J. Kanagaraj, R. C. Panda and T. Senthilvelan

Bisphenol A, bisphenol S, and 4-hydro xyphenyl 4-isopro oxyphenyl sulfone (BPSIP) in urine and blood of cashiers.

K. A. Thayer, K. W. Taylor, S. Garantziotis, S. H. Schurman, G. E. Kissling, D. Hunt, B. Herbert, R. Church, R. Jankowich, M. I. Churchwell, R. C. Scheri, L. S. Birnbaum and J. R. Bucher

Osmotic membrane bioreactor for phenol biodegradation under continuous operation.

P. Praveen and K. C. Loh

Formaldehyde level in anatomy laboratory teaching room and risk for cancer.

B. Joob and V. Wiwanitkit

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