Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology (SJST), 2004, 26(3) : 1-216

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  Removal of color, COD and lignin of pulp and paper wastewater using wood ash
    Netnapid Tantemsapya, Wanpen Wirojanagud and Santi Sakolchai
    Pages : 1 |    PDF [335 K]
  Removal of reactive dyes from aqueous solution using bagasse fly ash
    Manaskorn Rachakornkij, Sirawan Ruangchuay, and Sumate Teachakulwiroj
    Pages : 13 |    PDF [327 K]
  Removal of surrogates for natural organic matter and the probability of finding trihalomethanes in the produced water supply from small waterworks in Chiang Mai, Thailand
    Suraphong Wattanachira, Charongpun Musikavong, Orathai Permsuk , and Prasert Pavasant
    Pages : 25 |     PDF [433 K]
  Analysis of nitrogen and carbon tetrachloride adsorption isotherms and pore size distribution for siliceous MCM-41 synthesized from rice husk silica
    Siriluk Chiarakorn, Nurak Grisdanurak, and Miller, R. C.
    Pages : 37 |     PDF [391 K]
  Precipitation of heavy metals by lime mud waste of pulp and paper mill
    Wanpen Wirojanagud, Netnapid Tantemsapya, and Puek Tantriratna
    Pages : 45 |     PDF [330 K]
  Macrokinetic determination of isopropanol removal using a downward flow biofilter
    Satida Krailas, Suppalak Tongta, and Vissanu Meeyoo
    Pages : 55 |     PDF [319 K]
  Examination of solidified and stabilized matrices as a result of solidification and stabilization process of arsenic-containing sludge with portland cement and lime
    Tanapon Phenrat, Taha F. Marhaba, and Manaskorn Rachakornkij
    Pages : 65 |     PDF [767 K]
  Using cement, lignite fly ash and baghouse filter waste for solidification of chromium electroplating treatment sludge
    Chalermraj Wantawin and Pinchookorn Chobthiangtham
    Pages : 77 |     PDF [283 K]
  Dye-adsorption capacity of bituminous fly ash and its pozzolanic property after used as dye-adsorbent
    Metta Penpolcharoen
    Pages : 85 |     PDF [493 K]
  Effects of temperature and volumetric loading rate on phenol adsorption capacity by granular activated carbon
    Khajornsak Sopajaree, Apichate Kleepklang, and Pradipat Bamrungsri
    Pages : 97 |     PDF [371 K]
  Comparison of an ability to degrade MTBE between mixed culture and monoculture isolated from gasoline contaminated soil
    Pojanakorn Charathirakup, Alissara Reungsang, and Wanpen Wirojanagud
    Pages : 109 |     PDF [673 K]
  Application of terpene-induced cell for enhancing biodegradation of TCE contaminated soil
    Oramas Suttinun, Peter B. Lederman, and Ekawan Luepromchai
    Pages : 131 |     PDF [363 K]
  Transport and biodegradation of benzene in the saturated groundwater layer
    Watsa Khongnakorn, Khemarath Osathaphan, and Sutha Khaodhiar
    Pages : 143 |     PDF [381 K]
  Monitoring of BTX by passive sampling in Hat Yai
    Chongdee Thammakhet, Tomah Villeneuve, Vilailuk Munisawang, Panote Thavarungkul and Proespichaya Kanatharana
    Pages : 151 |     PDF [340 K]
  Exposure assessment of traditional and IPM farmers on using pesticides: A case study at Bang Rieng Sub District, Khuan Nieng District, Songkhla Province
    Viris Jirachaiyabhas, Parichart Visuthismajarn, and Mark G. Robson
    Pages : 161 |     PDF [315 K]
  Phytoremediation of carbofuran residues in soil
    Mullika Teerakun, Alissara Reungsang, and Wanpen Wirojanagud
    Pages : 171 |     PDF [294 K]
  The utilization of ozone to reduce endosulfan residues in Chinese cabbage
    Wattasit Siriwong, Bundit Anu-rugsa, Yongyut Paikaew, and Yuttachai Anuluxtipun
    Pages : 177 |     PDF [85 K]
  Trihalomethane formation potential of shrimp farm effluents in Chachoengsao Province, Thailand
    Aweewan Mangmeechai, Chaichana Chaiwatpongsakorn, Taha F. Marhaba, Suraphong Wattanachira, and Prasert Pavasant
    Pages : 185 |     PDF [800 K]
Biosorption of binary mixtures of heavy metals by green macro alga, Caulerpa lentillifera
    Ronbanchob Apiratikul, Taha F. Marhaba, Suraphong Wattanachira, and Prasert Pavasant
    Pages : 199 |     PDF [324 K]
   
  • A List of Reviewers for Songklanakarin J. Sci. Technol., Vol.26 (Suppl. 1)
    Pages : 209
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  • Authors Index for Songklanakarin J. Sci. Technol., Vol.26 (Suppl. 1)
    Pages : 213
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  • Key words Index for Songklanakarin J. Sci. Technol., Vol.26 (Suppl. 1)
    Pages : 215
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