Evaluation of Levels of Regulated Trihalomethanes (THMS) in a Community Drinking Water Supply in Nigeria
Published at Nigerian Journal of Engineering
Published in 2013
E. M. Shaibu-Imodagbe, C. A. Okuofu, J. P Unyimadu, A. B. Williams and H. Omenesa.
Williams Akan » Prof. Akan Bassey Williams is a former Acting Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University. He is also a former Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University. He earned a B.Sc degree (Chemistry) from University of Calabar, an M.Sc degree (Petroleum Chemistry) from University of Port Harcourt and a Ph.D degree (Environmental Chemistry) from Covenant University. He is a Professor of Analytical/Environmental... view full profile
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