Proper use of African natural coagulants for rural water supplies research in the Sudan and a guide for new projects by Samia al Azharia Jahn

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  • Drinking water -- Purification -- Sudan.

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StatementSamia al Azharia Jahn.
SeriesSchriftenreihe der GTZ,, no. 191, Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit ;, 191.
LC ClassificationsTD319.S74 J35 1986
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Pagination541 p. :
Number of Pages541
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Open LibraryOL2074134M
ISBN 103880853053
LC Control Number88105070

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