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SAE/TP - 2007-01-3037 - LIGHTWEIGHT CONTINGENCY URINE RECOVERY SYSTEM CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-07-09
Description: Using the unmodified off the shelf activated carbon and FO treatment membrane, inorganic contaminant removal is better than 90% and Total Organic Carbon (TOC) removal is better than 99% of initial urine values.
API PUBL 4369 VOL 1 - TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY FOR REMOVAL OF DISSOLVED GASOLINE COMPONENTS FROM GROUND WATER VOLUME ONE Organization: API
Date: 1983-05-01
Description: These components are referred to in the report as total organics of interest (TOI). In an earlier literature search and evaluation, activated carbon adsorption and air stripping (or a combination of these technologies) were identified as the most likely treatment alternatives.
CEN - PREN 17181 - LUBRICANTS - DETERMINATION OF AEROBIC BIOLOGICAL DEGRADATION OF FULLY FORMULATED LUBRICANTS IN AN AQUEOUS SOLUTION - TEST METHOD BASED ON CO2-PRODUCTION Organization: CEN
Date: 2017-11-01
Description: Biodegradation resulting in mineralisation of the organic material can be determined by measuring released CO2 in a total organic carbon (TOC-) analyser. In contrast to existing test methods measuring released CO2 this method uses a precise preparation procedure for non-water soluble organic material.
NEN-EN 17181 - LUBRICANTS - DETERMINATION OF AEROBIC BIOLOGICAL DEGRADATION OF FULLY FORMULATED LUBRICANTS IN AN AQUEOUS SOLUTION - TEST METHOD BASED ON CO2-PRODUCTION Organization: NEN
Date: 2017-11-01
Description: Biodegradation resulting in mineralisation of the organic material can be determined by measuring released CO<sub>2</sub> in a total organic carbon (TOC-) analyser. In contrast to existing test methods measuring released CO<sub>2</sub> this method uses a precise preparation procedure for non-water soluble organic material.
SAE/TP - 2008-01-2143 - LIGHTWEIGHT CONTINGENCY WATER RECOVERY SYSTEM CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2008-06-29
Description: The Lightweight Contingency Water Recovery System (LWC-WRS) harvests water from various sources in or around the Orion spacecraft in order to provide contingency water at a substantial mass savings when compared to stored emergency water supplies. The system uses activated carbon treatment (for urine) followed by forward osmosis (FO).
API 4471 - TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR THE REDUCTION OF AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS AND ETHER CONCENTRATIONS IN GROUNDWATER Organization: API
Date: 1988-01-01
Description: Activated carbon adsorption was evaluated in the laboratory using pulverized carbon in a ¼-inch diameter by 3-inch long microcolumn.
CRC - HANDBOOK OF ADVANCED INDU - HANDBOOK OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL AND HAZARDOUS WASTES MANAGEMENT Organization: CRC
Date: 2017-10-26
Description: ., the Third Handbook), covers many new advances in the field of industrial and hazardous waste treatment, such as the toxicity, sources and/or control of various heavy metals (copper, zinc, molybdenum, barium, arsenic, silver, selenium, nickel, beryllium, chromium, cadmium, mercury, lead, etc.) and rare metals in the environment; applications of nanotechnology for bioremediation; remediation of heavy metal-contaminated soil; removal of heavy metals by low-cost adsorbents; stabilization of cadmium in waste incineration residues by aluminum/iron-rich materials; treatment of metal wastes by sulfide precipitation; simultaneous removal of chromium and arsenate; environmental and health impacts of e-waste disposal and recycling; site assessment and cleanup technologies of metal finishing industry; adsorptive removal of arsenic from water sources using novel nano-composite mixed matrix membranes; treatment and management of photographic processing wastes, poultry processing wastes, storm-runoff, combined sewer overflows, chlor-alkali industrial wastes, restaurant wastes, textile wastes, organic chemicals manufacturing wastes, and laboratory wastes; recycling of filter backwash water and alum sludge from water utility for reuse; safety and control for toxic chemicals and hazardous wastes; industrial water and wastewater treatment using dissolved air flotation, activated carbon adsorption, nanotechnology, granular sludge biosorption, exopolysaccharide-producing cyano-bacterial process, etc.; and control, treatment, and management of metal emissions from motor vehicles.
CRC - DISEASE MARKERS IN EXHALE - DISEASE MARKERS IN EXHALED BREATH Organization: CRC
Date: 2002-10-22
Description: Due to the delicate structure of the alveolar-capillary unit, its huge surface area available for activated leukocyte–endothelial interactions, and the fact that the lung microvasculature receives the entire cardiac output immediately after reperfusion, the lung is especially vulnerable to this type of injury.

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