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- Wang, Chao, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Chemosphere 2018 v.195 pp. 551-558
- antiviral properties; carbon nitride; cost effectiveness; disinfection; graphene; humans; irradiation; light intensity; lighting; models; pathogenicity; photocatalysis; photocatalysts; regrowth; response surface methodology; risk; statistical analysis; temperature; viruses
- ... Waterborne viruses with a low infectious dose and a high pathogenic potential pose a serious risk for humans all over the world, calling for a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly inactivation method. Optimizing operational parameters during the disinfection process is a facile and efficient way to achieve the satisfactory viral inactivation efficiency. Here, the antiviral effects of a meta ...