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" ... we are led in each case to the inevitable conclusion that the oxidation of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far... "
Report [for the Year Ending Dec. 31]. - Página 107
1875
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volumen11

1889
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidized." The presence of sand held in suspension in river- water...
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Hygiene and Public Health

Louis Coltman Parkes - 1889 - 471 páginas
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidised. It will be safe to infer, however, from the above results,...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health of the State of Kansas, Volumen4

Kansas State Board of Health - 1889
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidized.' " The presence of sand held in suspension in river-water...
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Sewage Disposal Works: A Guide to the Construction of Works for the ...

William Santo Crimp - 1890 - 277 páginas
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidised " (loc. cit., p. 21). The question may be asked "why aerate...
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Water and Water Supply

William Henry Corfield - 1890 - 144 páginas
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such 119 water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxydized. It will be safe to infer,...
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Water and Water Supplies

John Clough Thresh - 1896 - 438 páginas
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidised. It will be safe to infer, however, from the al>ove results,...
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Water-supply: (Considered Principally from a Sanitary Standpoint.)

William Pitt Mason - 1896 - 504 páginas
...with extreme slowness even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and th.1t it is impossible to say how far such water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidized. It will be safe to infer, however, that there is no river...
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Water and Water Supplies

John Clough Thresh - 1901 - 527 páginas
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water mast flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidised. It will be safe to infer, however,...
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Hygiene and Public Health

Louis Coltman Parkes, Henry Richard Kenwood - 1907 - 620 páginas
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water must flow before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidized. It will be safe to infer, however, from the above results,...
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volumen11

1889
...of the organic matter in sewage proceeds with extreme slowness, even when the sewage is mixed with a large volume of unpolluted water, and that it is impossible to say how far such water must flaw before the sewage matter becomes thoroughly oxidized." The presence of sand held in suspension...
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