Third Century of Biochemical Oxygen Demand

Book Third Century of Biochemical Oxygen Demand

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- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:408
- Publisher: Water Environment Federation (October 2002)
- Bestsellers rank: 1
- Category: Engineering & Transportation
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The most comprehensive summary and literature of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), a key test procedure for water quality. The book describes BOD as a test procedure and biological phenomenon, describes the place of BOD within the complex of testing that is used to evaluate wastewater treatment processes. The book also presents the historical development of BOD and catalogues all peer-reviewed literature citations that mark the road to the current BOD test. CHapters detailing sediment oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, and total organic carbon testing and their relationship to BOD testing, as well as extensive coverage of the interferences encountered during oxygen demand testing make this a must-have reference. Published 2002.

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  • By RoyKeith Smith on May 31, 2002

    2,100 references and over one year to write by two of the world's formost experts on biochemical oxygen demand and environmental analysis/regulations. Plus it's the first widely available review on this subject in 75 years. What more could anyone interested in this subject or wanting to learn about this subject want? In addition the authors only found 3 errors in the 400 pages.

  • By Roy-Keith Smith on February 10, 2006

    Never mind my last comment. This book is completely horrible. It is packed full of information the authors simply made up. Honestly the most disgusting book ever written. I deserve to be kicked in my microscopic balls for writing this.


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