"Disinfection Kinetics and Contribution of Reactive Oxygen Species When Eliminating Bacteria with TiO2 Induced Photocatalysis"
written by Yanling Cai, Maria Strømme, Ken Welch,
published by Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology, Vol.5 No.3, 2014
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