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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1995Pilot-Plant-Scale Photodegradation of Phenol in Aqueous Solution by Photocatalytic Membranes Immobilizing Titanium Dioxide (Photoperm Process)BARNI Barbara; CAVICCHIOLI Andrea; RIVA Elisabetta; ZANONI Luca; BIGNOLI Felice; BELLOBONO Ignazio renato; DE GIORGI Alessandra; GIANTURCO Franco; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelm; MONTANARELLA Luca, et alArticles in Journals
1988Possibilita della Spettrometria di Massa nell'Ambito dell'Analisi di Metalli in Matrici BiologicheFACCHETTI SergioArticles in Journals
1994Reduction/Elimination of Sulfur Interference in Organochlorine Residue Determination by Supercritical Fluid ExtractionFACCHETTI Sergio; TILIO RobertoArticles in Journals
1992Separation of Toxic Congeners PCB Mixtures on Two Series Coupled Narrow-Bore Columns (50 m SIL-8 and 25 m HT-5)FACCHETTI Sergio; BOWADT SorenArticles in Journals
1994A Simple Analytical Methodology for Multiresidue Pollutant DeterminationsFACCHETTI Sergio; NAM K.s.Articles in Journals
1990A Snapshot Survey on the Po RiverFACCHETTI Sergio; PREMAZZI Guido; FREUDENTHAL J.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1996Sviluppo Sostenibile : l'Ecolabel per la Riduzione dei RifiutiPINCHERLE Alberto; FACCHETTI SergioArticles in Journals
1994Toxic PCB Congeners and Organochlorine Pesticides in Italian Human MilkFACCHETTI Sergio; MONTAGNA MariaArticles in Journals
1994The Use of Supercritical Fluid Extraction in the Analysis of Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxins and DibenzofuransFACCHETTI SergioArticles in Journals
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