Latest Total organic carbon Stories
O.I. Corporation (NASDAQ: OICO) today announced that a next-generation Total Organic Carbon Analyzer ("TOCA") is scheduled to be launched tomorrow on the Space Shuttle Endeavour to the International Space Station.
By Ha, Dong Yun Cho, Soon Haing; Kim, Young Kwon; Leung, Solomon W ABSTRACT: This study provides biodegradability of organics in leachate according to their molecular mass distributions (10 KDa).
By Loraine, Gregory A ABSTRACT: In this paper, components of an industrial wastewater that cause operational problems during biological treatment were oxidized by UV light and hydrogen peroxide (UV/H^sub 2^O^sub 2^).
A handful of soil is a lot like a banana, strawberry and apple smoothie: Blended all together, it is hard to tell what's in there, especially if you have never tasted the fruits before.
A recent study at the University of Illinois created a bit of a mystery for soil scientist Michelle Wander â€“ increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere was expected to increase plant growth, increase plant biomass and ultimately beef up the organic matter in the soil -- but it didnâ€™t.
The rise of oxygen and the oxidation of deep oceans between 635 and 551 million years ago may have had an impact on the increase and spread of the earliest complex life, including animals, according to a study reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences online Early Edition during the week of February 25 - 29.
By Garg, Anurag Mishra, Indra M; Chand, Shri ABSTRACT: Wet-air oxidation of diluted black liquor (chemical oxygen demand [COD] approximately 3250 to 14 500 mg/L) was performed at mild operating conditions (temperature = 388 to 423 K and total pressure = 0.6 MPa) in the presence of heterogeneous 60% copper oxide (CuO)/ 40% cerium oxide (CeO^sub 2^) catalyst.
By Killian, Paul F Bruell, Clifford J; Liang, Chenju; Marley, Michael C The persulfate anion (S^sub 2^O^sup 2-^^sub 8^) is a strong oxidant with a redox potential of 2.01 V.
By Ni, Jinren Sun, Liyiing; Sun, Weiling ABSTRACT: This paper presents a modification of chemical oxygen demand (COD) monitoring giving a better indication of the pollution level compared with the conventional COD method for rivers with a high content of sediments.
By Chow, Judith C Watson, John G; Chen, L-W Antony; Chang, M C Oliver; Et al ABSTRACT Thermally derived carbon fractions including organic carbon (OC) and elemental carbon (EC) have been reported for the U.S.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.