# Browse Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering by Contributor "Rittmann, Bruce E."

• (1988)
Biological nitrification in water treatment is largely used in Europe to remove ammonia before the final disinfection step. In order to simulate this process in the laboratory, a scaling procedure for biofilm processes was ...

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• (1992)
Intracellular cofactors--such as NADH, NAD, ATP, ADP, and P$\sb{\rm i}$--are important co-substrates that can affect the rate of the cell's catabolic and respiratory reactions. Pure-culture experiments with Pseudomonas ...

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• (1992)
The goal of this dissertation was to develop a versatile groundwater transport model capable of incorporating various types of biodegradation kinetic sub-models, and to use the model to examine the interaction between ...

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• (1990)
The kinetic effects of the presence of one substrate on the degradation rate of the other substrate in a single-species, bisubstrate system were quantified in detail. The system consisted of a pure culture (Pseudomonas ...

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• (1992)
Halogenated aliphatic hydrocarbons are used in large amounts, persist when released into the environment, and can have adverse effects on human health. Reductive dehalogenation, in which cleavage of carbon-halogen bonds ...

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