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    106. Noori M. T., Thatikayala D., Pant D., Min, B. A critical review on microbe-electrode
      interactions towards heavy metal ion detection using microbial fuel cell technology. Bioresource Technology, 126589.
    105. Vu M. T., Thatikayala D., Min B. Porous reduced-graphene oxide supported hollow titania
      (rGO/TiO2) as an effective catalyst for upgrading electromethanogenesis. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy47(2), 1121-1131.
    104. Reddy C. N., Kondaveeti S., Mohanakrishna G., Min, B. Application of bioelectrochemical
      systems to regulate and accelerate the anaerobic digestion processes. Chemosphere287, 132299.
    103. Pu K. B., Zhang K., Guo K., Min B., Chen Q. Y., Wang Y. H. Firmly coating carbon
      nanoparticles onto titanium as high performance anodes in microbial fuel cells. Electrochimica Acta399, 139416.
    102. Thatikayala D., Min B. Ginkgo leaves extract-assisted synthesis of ZnO/CuO nanocrystals for
      efficient UV-induced photodegradation of organic dyes and antibacterial activity. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics32(13), 17154-17169.
    101. Noori M. T., Mohan S. V., Min B. Microbial electrosynthesis of multi-carbon volatile fatty
      acids under the influence of different imposed potentials. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments45, 101118.
    100. Thatikayala D., Pant D., Min B. MnO2/reduced graphene oxide nanohybrids as a cathode
      catalyst for the microbial reduction of CO2 to acetate and isobutyric acid. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments45, 101114.
    99. Thatikayala D., Min B. Copper ferrite supported reduced graphene oxide as cathode materials
      to enhance microbial electrosynthesis of volatile fatty acids from CO2. Science of The Total Environment768, 144477.
    98. Reddy C. N., Kondaveeti S., Min B. Influence of Trace Metals concentration on Methane
      generation using Microbial Electrochemical Systems. Process Biochemistry, 102, 213-219.
     97. Thatikayala D., Pant D., Min B. A mesoporous silica-supported CeO 2/cellulose cathode
      catalyst for efficient bioelectrochemical reduction of inorganic carbon to biofuels. Reaction Chemistry & Engineering6(10), 1993-2001.
    96. Nguyen H.T.H., Min B. Using multiple carbon brush cathode in a novel tubular photosynthetic microbial
      fuel cell for enhancing bioenergy generation and advanced wastewater treatment. Bioresource Technology. 316
    95. Zambrano J., Park H., Min B. Enhancing electrochemical degradation of phenol at optimum pH condition
      with a Pt/Ti anode electrode. Environmental Technology. 41:3248 – 3259
    94. Thatikayala D., Ponnamma D., Sadasivuni K.K., Cabibihan J.J., Al-Ali A.K., Malik R.A., Min B.
      Progress of Advanced Nanomaterials in the Non-Enzymatic Electrochemical Sensing of Glucose and H2O2. Biosensors. 10
    93. Vu M.T., Noori Md.T., Min B. Magetite/Zeolite nanocomposite-modified cathode for enhancing methane
      generation in microbial electrochemical systems. Chemical Engineeing Journal. 393
    92. Noori Md.T., Vu M.T., Ali R.B., Min B. Recent advances in cathode materials and configurations
      for upgrading methane in bioelectrochemical systems integrated with anaerobic digestion. Chemical Engineering Journal. 392
    91. Lee M., Kondaveeti S., Jeon T., Kim I., Min B. Influence of Humidity on Performance of Single Chamber
      Air-Cathode Microbial Fuel Cells with Different Separators. Processes. 8
    90. Nguyen H.T.H., Min B. Leachate treatment and electricity generation using an algae-cathode microbial
      fuel cell with continuous flow through the chambers in series. Science of the Total Environment. 723
    89. Li S., Song Y., Baek J., Im H., Sakuntala M., Kim M., Park C., Min B., Kim J. Bioelectrosynthetic
      Conversion of CO2 Using Different Redox Mediators : Electron and Carbon Balances in a Bioelectrochemical System. Energies. 13
    88. Zambrano J., Min B. Electrochemical treatment of leachate containing highly concentrated phenol and
      ammonia using a Pt/Ti anode at different current densities. Environmental Technology & Innovation. 18
    87. Modestra J.A., Reddy C.N., Krishna K.V., Min B., Mohan S.V. Regulated surface potential impacts
      bioelectrogenic activity, interfacial electron transfer and microbial dynamics in microbial fuel cell. Renewable Energy. 149
    86. Hemalatha M., Sravan J.S., Min B., Mohan S.V. Concomitant use of Azolla derived bioelectrode as anode
      and hydrolysate as substrate for microbial fuel cell and elecro-fermentation applications. Science of the Total Environment. 707
    85. Flores-Rodriguez C., Min B. Enrichmet of specific microbial communities by optimum applied voltages
      for enhanced methane production by microbial electrosynthesis in anaerobic digestion. Bioresource Technology. 300
    84. Kondaveeti S., Lee S., Park H., Min B. Specific enrichment of different Geobacter sp. in anode biofilm
      by varying interspatial distance of electrodes in air-cathode microbial fuel cell (MFC). Electrochimica Acta. 331
    83. Vu M.T., Noori Md.T., Min B. Conductive magnetite nanoparticles trigger syntrophic methane production
      in single chamber microbial electrochemical systems. Bioresource Technology. 296
    82. Kumar A.N., Chatterjee S., Hemalatha M., Althuri A., Min B., Kim S., Mohan S.V. Deoiled algal biomass
      derived renewable sugars for bioethanol and biopolymer production in biorefinery framework. Bioresource Technology. 296


    81. Gavilanes J., Noori Md.T., Min B. Enhancing bioalcohol production from volatile fatty acids
      by suppressing methanogenic activity in single chamber microbial electrosynthesis cells. Bioresource Technology. 7
    80. Lee M., Reddy C.N., Min B. In situ integration of microbial electrochemical systems into anaerobic
      digestion to improve methane fermentation at different substrate concentrations. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44:2380 – 2389
    79. El-Dalatony M.M., Salama El.S., Kurade M.B., Kim K., Govindwar S.P., Kim J., Kwon E.E.,
      Min B., Jang M., Oh S., Chang S., Jeon B. Whole conversion of microalgal biomass biomass into biofuels through successive high-throughput fermentation. Chemical Engineering Journal. 360: 797 – 805
    78. Gavilanes J., Reddy C.N., Min B. Microbial Electrosynthesis of Bioalcohols through Reduction
      of High Concentrations of Volatile Fatty Acids. Energy and Fuels. 33:4264 – 4271
    77. Vu H.T., Min B. Integration of submersible microbial fuel cell in anaerobic digestion for enhanced
      production of methane and current at varying glucose levels. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44:7574 – 7582
    76. Kakarla R., Min B. Sustainable electricity generation and ammonium removal by microbial fuel cell
      with a microalgae assisted cathode at various environmental conditions. Bioresource technology. 284:161 – 167
    75. Hemalatha M., Sravan J.S., Min B., Mohan S.V. Microalgae-biorefinery with cascading resource
      recovery design associated to dairy wastewater treatment. Bioresource Technology. 284:424 – 429
    74. Lee M., Kakarla R., Min B. Performance of an air-cathode microbial fuel cell under varied relative
      humidity conditions in the cathode chamber. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. 42:1247 – 1254
    73. Zambrano J., Min B. Comparison on efficiency of electrochemical phenol oxidation in two different
      supporting electrolytes (NaCl and Na 2 SO 4 ) using Pt/Ti electrode. Environmental Technology and Innovation. 15
    72. Flores-Rodriguez C., Reddy C.N., Min B. Enhanced methane production from acetate intermediate
      by bioelectrochemical anaerobic digestion at optimal applied voltages. Biomass and Bioenergy. 127
    71. Reddy C.N., Bae S.W., Min B. Biological removal of H 2 S gas in a semi-pilot scale biotrickling filter :
      Optimization of various parameters for efficient removal at high loading rates and low pH conditions. Bioresource Technology. 285
    70. Vu H.T., Min B. Enhanced methane fermentation of municipal sewage sludge by microbial
      electrochemical systems integrated with anaerobic digestion. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44:30357 – 30366
    69. Noori Md.T., Tiwari B.R., Ghangrekar M.M., Min B. Azadirachta indica leaf-extract-assisted synthesis
      of CoO-NiO mixed metal oxide for application in a microbial fuel cell as a cathode catalyst. Sustainable Energy and Fuels. 3:3430 – 3440
    68. Reddy C.N., Nguyen H.T.H., Noori Md.T., Min B. Potential applications of algae in the cathode
      of microbial fuel cells for enhanced electricity generation with simultaneous nutrient removal and algae biorefinery: Current status and future perspectives. Bioresource Technology. 292
    67. Noori Md.T., Min B. Highly porous FexMnOy (x=1, 2 and y=3,4) microsphere as an efficient cathode
      catalyst for microbial electrosynthesis of volatile fatty acids from CO2. ChemElectroChem. 6 : 5973 – 5983
    66. Kondaveeti S., Kang E., Liu H., Min B. Continuous autotrophic denitrification process
      for treating ammonium-rich leachate wastewater in bioelectrochemical denitrification system (BEDS). Bioelectrochemistry. 130
    65. Noori Md.T., Ghangrekar M.M., Mukherjee C.K., Min B. Biofouling effects on the performance
      of microbial fuel cells and recent advances in biotechnological and chemical strategies for mitigation. Biotechnology Advances. 37
    64. Hoai Thi Vu., Min B. Integration of submersible microbial fuel cell in anaerobic digestion for enhanced
      production of methane and current at varying glucose levels. International journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44(14):7574-7582
    63. Mungyu Lee., C. Nagendranatha Reddy., Min B. In situ integration of microbial electrochemical systems
      into an aerobic digestion to improve methane fermentation at different substrate concentrations. International journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44(4):2380-2389
    62. A. Naresh Kumar.,Min B., S. Venkata Mohan. Defatted algal biomass as feedstock for
      chain carboxylic acids and biohydrogen production in the biorefinery format. Bioresource Technology. 269:408-416.
    61. Kondaveeti S., Kakarla R., Kim H., Kim B., Min B. The performance and long-term stability of low-cost
      separators in single chamber bottle type microbial fuel cells. Environmental Techonology. 38:1-10.
    60. Hai T.H., Kakarla R., Min B. Algae cathode microbial fuel cells for electricity generation and nutrient
      removal from landfill leachate wastewater. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 42:29433-29442.
    59. Kondaveeti S., Moon J., Min B. Optimum spacing between electrodes in an air-cathode single chamber
      microbial fuel cell with a low-cost polypropylene separator. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. 40(12):1851-1858.
    58. Choi K., Kondaveeti S., Min B. Bioelectrochemical methane (CH4) production in anaerobic digestion at
      different supplemental voltages. Bioresource Technology. 245(A):826-832.
    57. El-Sayed Salama., Mayur B. Kurade., Reda A. I., Abou-Shanab., Marwa M., El-Dalatony.,
      Il-seung Yang., Min B., Byong-Hun Jeon. Recent progress in microalgal biomass production coupled with wastewater treatment for biofule generation. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.79:1189-1211.
    56. Luguang Wang., Beizhen Xie., Ningshengjie Gao., Min B., Hong Liu. Urea removal coupled with
      enhanced electricity generation in single-chambered microbial fuel cells. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 24(25):20401-20408.
    55. Park Y., Cho H., Yu J., Min B., Kim H., Kim B., Lee T. Response of microbial community structure to
      pre-acclimation strategies in microbial fuel cells for domestic wastewater treatment. Bioresource Techonology. 233:176-183
    54. Sigdel, A., Jung, W., Min, B., Lee, M., Choi, U., Timmes, T., Kimb, S.J., Kang, C.U., Kumar, R., Jeon,
      B.H. Concurrent removal of cadmium and benzene from aqueous solution by powdered activated carbon impregnated alginate beads. CATENA. 148(1):101-107.
    53. Na. Li., Kakarla, R., Min, B. Effect of influential factors on microbial growth and the correlation between
      current generation and biomass in an air cathode microbial fuel cell. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 41(45):20606-20614.
    52. Kondaveeti S., Min B. Bioelectrochemical reduction of volatile fatty acids in anaerobig digestion effluent
      for the production of biofuels. Water Research. 87:137-144.
    51. Na .L., Kakarla. R., Moon. J.M., Min B. Determination of Microbial Growth by Protein Assay in an Air-
      Cathode Single Chamber Microbial Fuel Cell. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 25 (7):1114-1118.
    50. Kakarla R., Kim J.R.,  Jeon B.H.,  Min B. Enhanced performance of an air–cathode microbial fuel cell
      with oxygen supply from an externally connected algal bioreactor. Bioresource Technology. 195:210-216.
    49. Moon. J.M., Kondaveeti S., Lee T.H., Song Y.C., Min. B. Minimum interspatial electrode spacing for
      optimizing air-cathode microbial fuel cell (MFC) operation with membrane electrode. Bioelectrochemistry.106(B):263-267.
    48. Moon J.M., Kondaveeti S., Min B. Evaluation of low-cost separators for increased power generation
      in single chamber microbial fuel cells with membrane electrode assembly. Fuel Cells. 15(1):230-238.
    47. Lee S.H., Hwang J.H., Kabra A.N., Abou-Shanab R.A., Kurade M.B., Min B., Jeon B.H. Perchlorate
      reduction from a highly concentrated aqueous solution by bacterium Rhodococcus sp. YSPW03. Encironmental Science and Pollution Research. 22(23):18839-18848.
    46. Kumar M.S., Kabra A.N., Min B., El-Dalatony M.M., Xiong J., Thajuddin N., Lee D.S., Jeon B.H.
      Insecticides induced biochemical changes in freshwater microalga Chlamydomonas Mexicana. Encironmental Science and Pollution Research.23(2):1091-1099.
    45. El-Sayed S., Akhil N. K., Ji M.K., Kim J.R., Min B., Jeon B.H. Enhancement of microalgae growth and
      fatty acid content under the influence of phytohormones. Bioresource Technology. 172:97-103.
    44. Kondaveeti S., Lee S.H., Park H.D., Min B. Bacterial communities in a bioelectrochemical denitri-fication
      system: The effects of supplemental electron acceptors. Water Research 51:25-36.
    43. Kondaveeti S., Lee J., Kakarla R., Kim H.S., Min B. Low-cost separators for enhanced power productin
      and field application of microbial fuel cells (MFCs). Electrochimica Acta. 132:434-440.
    42. Kakarla R., Min B. Photoautotrophic microalgae Scenedesmus obliquus attached on a cathode as oxygen
      producers for microbial fuel cell (MFC) operation. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 39:10275-10283.
    41. Kakarla R., Min B. Evaluation of microbial fuel cell operation using algae as an oxygen supplier:
      carbon paper cathode vs. carbon brush cathode. Bioprocess and Biosystem Engineering. 37(12):2453-61.
    40. Kondaveeti S., Choi K.S., Min B. Microalgae Scenedesmus obliquus as renewable biomass feedstock for
      electricity generation in microbial fuel cells (MFCs). Frontiers of Environmental Science and Engineering. 8(5):784-791.
    39. Hur J., Lee B.M., Choi K.S., Min B. Tracking the spectroscopic and chromatographic changes of algae
      derived organic matter in a microbial fuel cell. Environmental Science and Pollution Research21(3):2230-9.
    38. Lee S.H., Kondaveeti S., Min B., Park H.D. Enrichment of Clostridia during the operation of an external
      powered bio-electrochemical denitrification system.Process Biochemistry. 48:306-311.
    37. Kondaveeti S., Min B. Nitrate reduction with biotic and abiotic cathodes at various cell voltages in
      bioelectrochemical denitrification system. Bioprocess Biosyst. Eng. 36:231-238.
    36. Vologni V., Kakarla R., Angelidaki I., Min B. Increased power generation from primary sludge by a

submersible microbial fuel cell and optimum operation conditions. Bioprocess Biosyst. Eng. 36(5):635-642.

    35. Min B., Poulsen F.W., Thygesen A., Angelidaki I. Electric power generation by a submersible
      microbial fuel cell equipped with a membrane electrode assembly. Bioresource Technology 118: 412-417.
    34. Lee M.J., Kim T.H., Min B., Hwang S.J. Sodium concentration effects on metabolic pathway
      and estimation of ATP use in dark fermentation hydrogen production through stoichiometric analysis. Journal of Environmental Management 108: 22-26.
    33. Lim J.J., Kim M.H., Kim M.J., Oh T.S., Kang O.Y., Min B., Rao A.S., You C.K. A systematic
      model calibration methodology based on multiple errors minimization method for the optimal parameter estimation of ASM1. Korean J. Chem. Eng. 29(3):291-303.
    32. Thygesen A., Poulsen F.W., Angelidaki I., Min B., Bjerre A.B. Electricity generation by microbial
      fuel cells fueled with wheat straw hydrolysate. Biomass and Bioenergy 35: 4732-4739.
    31. Fang C., Min B., Angelidaki I. Nitrate as an Oxidant in the Cathode Chamber of a Microbial Fuel
      Cell for Both Power Generation and Nutrient Removal Purposes. Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol 164: 464-474.
    30. Peixoto L., Min B., Martins G., Brito A.G., Kroff P., Parpot P., Angelidaki I., Nogueira R. In situ
      microbial fuel cell-based biosensor for organic carbon. Bioelectro chemistry 81: 99-103.
    29. Zhang Y., Min B., Huang L., Angelidaki I. Electricity generation and microbial community
      response to substrate changes in microbial fuel cell. Bioresources Technology 102(2): 1163-1173.
    28. Hwang J.H., Choi J.A., Abou-Shanab R.A.I., Min B., Song H., Kim Y., Lee E.S., Jeon B.H.
      Feasibility of hydrogen production from ripened fruits by a combined two-stage (dark/dark) fermentation system. Bioresources Technology 102(2): 1051-1058.
    27. Kim T.H., Lee M.J., JangH.S., Min B.K., Yoo G.Y., Hwang S.J. Characteristics of N2O
      release from fluidized media type BNR processes and identifi cation of N2O sources. Desalination and Water Treatment 28: 378-384.
    26. Choi J-A., Hwang J.H., Dempsey B.A., Abou-Shanab R.A.I., Min B., Song H., Lee D.S., Kim J.R.,
      Cho Y.C., Hong S., Jeon B.H. Enhancement of fermentative bioenergy (ethanol/hydrogen) production using ultrasonication of Scenedesmus obliquus YSW15 cultivated in swine wastewater effluent. Energy and Environmental Science 4: 3513-3520.
    25. Abou-Shanab R.A.I., Hwang J.H., Cho Y., Min B., Jeon B.H. Characterization of microalgal species
      isolated from fresh water bodies as a potential source for biodiesel production. Applied Energy 88(10): 3300-3306.
    24. Hwang J.H., Choi J.A., O Y.K., Abou-Shanab R.A.I., Song H., Min B., Cho Y., Na J.G., Koo J.,
      Jeon B.H. Hydrogen production from sulfate-and ferrous-enriched wastewater. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36: 13984-13990
    23. Khan M.A., Ahn Y.T., Kumar M., Lee W., Min B., Kim G., Cho D.W., Park W.B., Jeon B.H.
      Adsorption studies for the removal of nitrate using modified lignite granular activated carbon. Separation Science and Technology 46(16):2575-2584
    22. Kongjan P., O-Thong S., Kotay M., Min B., Angelidaki I. Biohydrogen production from wheat straw
      hydrolysate by dark fermentation using extreme thermophilic mixed culture. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 105 (5):899-908.
    21. Kumar E., Bhatnagar A., Choi J.A., Kumar Umesh, Min B., Kim Y., Song H., Paeng K.J.,
      Jung Y.M., Abou-Shanab R.A.I., Jeon B.H. Perchlorate Removal from aqueous solutions by granular ferric hydroxide (GFH). Chemical Engineering Journal 159: 84-90.
    20. Lee M.J., Kim T.H., You G.Y., Min B., Hwang S.J. Reduction of sewage sludge by ball mill
      pretreatment and Mn catalytic ozonation. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 14(5):693-697.
    19. Zhang Y., Min B., Huang L., Angelidaki I. Generation of electricity and analysis of microbial
      communities of wheat straw biomass- powered microbial fuel cells. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75(11):3389-3395.
    18. Thygesen A., Poulsen F.W., Min B., Angelidaki I., Thomsen A.B. The effect of different substrates
      and humic acids on power generation in microbial fuel cell (MFC) operation. Bioresource Technology 103(3):1186-1191.
    17. Hwang J.H., Choi J.A., Abou-Shanab R.A.I., Bhatnagar A., Min B., Song H., Kumar E., Choi J.,
      Lee E. S., Kim Y. J., Um S., Lee D. S., Jeon B.H. Effect of pH and Sulfate concentration on hydrogen production using anaerobic mixed microflora. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 34(24):9702-9710.
    16. Hwang J.H., Cha G.C., Jeong T.Y., Kim D.J., Bhatnagar A., Min B., Song H., Choi J.A., Lee J.H.,
      Jeong D.W., Chung H.K., Choi J., Jeon B.H. Effect of chemical oxygen demand/sulfate ratio and hydraulic retention time (HRT) variation on fermentative hydrogen production. Water Research. 43(14):3525-33.
    15. Kongjan P., Min B., Angelidaki I. Bio-hydrogen production from Xylose under
      hyperthermophilic temperature (70ºC) using mixed cultures. Water Research. 43(5):1414-1424.
    14. Liu D., Min B., Angelidaki I. Biohydrogen production from household solid waste (HSW) at
      hyperthermiphilic temperature (70ºC) – Influence of pH and acetate concentration. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 33(23):6985-6992.
    13. Bhatnagar A., Minocha A. K., Pudasainee D., Chung H.K., Kim S.H., Kim H.S., Lee G., Min B.,
      Jeon B-H. Vanadium removal from water by waste metal sludge and cement immobilization. Chemical Engineering Journal 144(2):197-204.
    12. Min B., Roman O.B., Angelidaki I. Importance of temperature and anodic medium
      composition on microbial fuel cells (MFC) performance. Biotechnology Letters. 30:1213-1218.
    11. Bhatnagar A., Ji M., Choi Y.H., Jung W., Lee S.H., Kim S.J., Lee G., Suk H., Min B., Kim S.H.,
      Jeon B.H., Kang J.W. Removal of nitrate from water by adsorption onto zinc chloride treated activated carbon. Separation Science and Technology. 43 (4):886-907.
    10. Min B., Angelidaki I. Innovative microbial fuel cell for electricity production from anaerobic
      reactors. Journal of Power Sources. 180(1):641-647.
    9. Ji M., Choi Y.H., Jung W., Lee S.H., Kim S.J., Min B., Bhatnagar A., Kim S.H., Chung H.K.,
      Jeon B-H., Kang J.W. Adsorption of Nitrate-N onto ZnCl2 – treated Granular Activated Carbon. Geosystem Engineering. 44(6): 492-499.
    8. Min B., Kim J., Oh S.E., Regan J.M., Logan B.E. Electricity generation from swine wastewater
      using microbial fuel cells. Water Research 39(20):4961-4968.
    7. Min B., Cheng S., Logan B.E. Electricity generation using salt bridge and membrane
      microbial fuel cells. Water Research 39(5):942-952.
    6. Kim J., Min B., Logan B.E. Evaluation of procedures to acclimate a microbial fuel cell (MFC)
      for electricity production. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 68(1):23-30.
    5. Min B., Logan B.E. Continuous electricity generation from domestic wastewater and
      pure organic substrates in a flat plate microbial fuel cell (FPMFC). Environ. Sci. Technol. 38(21), 5809 – 5814.
    4. Oh S.E., Min B., Logan B.E. Cathode performance as a factor in electricity generation in
      microbial fuel cells. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38(18), 4900 – 4904.
    3. Min B., Evans P.J., Chu A., Logan B.E. Perchlorate removal in sand and plastic media
      bioreactors. Water Research, 38(1):47-60.
    2. Min B., Kohler D., Logan B.E. A simplified HBOD test protocol based on oxygen measurements
      using a fiber optic (HBOD) probe. Water Environ. Res., 76(1):39-47.
    1. Xu J., Song Y., Min B., Steinberg L., Logan B.E. Microbial degradation of perchlorate:
      principles and applications. Environ. Engin. Sci., 20(5): 405-422.
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