The Nature of the Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons (CAHs) (1.1.1)
Biological Reductive Dechlorination of CAHs (1.1.2)
Using Organic Substrates to Promote Biological Reductive Dechlorination of CAHs (1.1.3)
Competition for Hydrogen Between Reductive Dechlorinators and Other Microorganisms (1.1.4)
Test Tube Microcosm Studies (2.4.1)
Reductive Dechlorination Reactor (RDR) Studies (2.4.2)
Aquifer Simulation Vessel (ASV) Studies (2.4.3)
Simple Field Pilot Test Designs (2.4.4)
Can I Use HRC in a High Sulfate Environment? (2.7.2)
The Formation of Vinyl Chloride (2.7.4)
Chromium Remediation in Groundwater (2.7.5)
Using HRC to Treat Residual Sorbed DNAPL Contamination (2.7.6)
Longevity of HRC in the Aquifer (2.8.1)
Distribution of HRC in the Aquifer (2.8.2)
Fractured Bedrock Application (2.8.3)
How does Hydrogen in HRC finally get to the Chlorinated Hydrocarbon? (2.8.4)
HRC and Active Mechanical Operations (4.1.1)
HRC and Iron Wall Technology (4.1.2)
HRC and Application of Organic Substrates (4.1.3)
HRC Applications and Chemical Oxidation (4.1.4)
Plume Treatment Example (2.5.1)
Plume Cut-off Treatment Example (2.5.2)