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Scientific advances in both processes and techniques have proceeded so fast in recent years that personnel, other than the particular specialist, are finding it increasingly difficult to be aware of the developing aspects of the water industry with which they are not in daily contact. This book, like the first volume in the series, Developments in Wtaer Treatment - 1, will provide an up-to-date reference work whereby the worker can quickly assimilate a brief historical background in the important aspects of Water Treatment and then pursue the significant relevant scientific developments. The subjects dealt with in this volume cover filtration, the removal of organic and nitrogenous compounds, desalination, disinfection, sludge treatment and disposal and water quality monitoring. Each contributor is an expert drawn from within the water industry thus bringing a wide range of experience to each subject dealt with.
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Walter Lewis Hyde (1919-2003) was an American physicist, an early contributor to the field of fiber optics.
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