Characteristics of phosphorus adsorption for a titanium mesostructure synthesized with various surfactants

Title
Characteristics of phosphorus adsorption for a titanium mesostructure synthesized with various surfactants
Authors
최재우최용수김동주이상협
Keywords
phosphorous; mesostructure; titanium; adsorption; surfactant
Issue Date
2011-09
Publisher
Environmental technology
Citation
VOL 32, NO 12, 1419-1425
Abstract
From: <s.a.parsons@cranfield.ac.uk> To: plead36@naver.com Cc: Sent: 10-11-03(수) 21:33:09 Subject: Environmental Technology - Decision on Manuscript ID TENT-2010-0450.R1 03-Nov-2010 Dear Dr Choi: Ref: Characteristics of phosphorous adsorption for a titanium mesostructure synthesized with various surfactants Our referees have now considered your paper and have recommended publication in Environmental Technology. We are pleased to accept your paper in its current form which will now be forwarded to the publisher for copy editing and typesetting. The reviewer comments are included at the bottom of this letter. You will receive proofs for checking, and instructions for transfer of copyright in due course. The publisher also requests that proofs are checked and returned within 48 hours of receipt. Thank you for your contribution to Environmental Technology and we look forward to receiving further submissions from you. Sincerely, Professor Parsons Executive Editor, Environmental Technology s.a.parsons@cranfield.ac.uk Referee(s)' Comments to Author: Drive citations to your paper! Please visit http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/beyondpublication/optimizingcitations.asp for ideas on how to optimise citations to your research. There are now over 1050 Taylor & Francis titles available on our free table of contents alerting service! To register for this free service visit: www.informaworld.com/alerting.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/38811
ISSN
0959-3330
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